How is crime committed?
As a rule, crime is divided into three phases:
1. The predicate offence phase (planning and decision phase)
2. The main offence phase (implementation phase)
3. The post offence phase (masking and concealment phase)
Transferring to the unauthorized crossing of the border means that using the example of a drug smuggler in the predicate offence phase, the starting point of the smuggling route is defined and arrangements are made with the suppliers and the consumers of drugs.
In the main offence phase, the drugs are accepted and the journey is made. After crossing, the handing over of the drugs to the receiver still belongs to the main offence phase.
The way back, possibly with a real passport completely legally through a recognized border crossing after providing alibis is part of the post offence phase.
Important: All three phases are part of the offense and from all the three phases, important information can be and must be obtained.