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How did the smuggling courts created by the Sugar Act differ from the regular courts?


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The smuggling courts were ad hoc and dealt specifically with these issues rather than the generic courts which dealt with the whole range.

They had a reputation for being less fair than the normal courts and having a more harsh punishment scheme so it was best not to be called before the smuggling court that's for sure!

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