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Our client, Mr. C was falsely accused of possession with intent to supply drugs after the police mistakenly claimed that he possessed a mobile phone that was used to coordinate a drug trafficking ring. After a lengthy investigation, our lawyers successfully proved that the police had made a crucial mistake, and that our client was wholly innocent – resulting in all charges being dropped against him.

Mr. C was placed under arrest, along with 2 other suspects, for possession with intent to supply of class A drugs. Despite finding nothing on him, the police arrested Mr. C and charged him along with the others, arguing that he possessed the mobile phone that was found to have contacts and text messages detailing deliveries for the class A drugs 

Wanting to fight for his innocence in a case of “possession with intent to supply,” Mr. C contacted us to represent him. Our criminal defence lawyers immediately sprang into action, determined to uncover the truth. After meticulously analyzing all evidence submitted by the police and the prosecution regarding the accusation, our defence lawyers embarked on their own legal investigation. Through multiple meetings with forensic experts and interviews with our client’s friends and family members, it became clear that Mr. C was truthful and had been falsely accused. Forensic evidence confirmed the mobile phone, central to the possession with intent to supply case, did not belong to him. Further analysis of our client’s banking history showed no transactions related to this device. Testimonies from friends and family about his character, combined with his clean legal record, solidified the proof of Mr. C’s innocence. 

During the trial, our criminal defence solicitors provided overwhelming evidence pointing to our client’s innocence in the case of possession with intent to supply – faced with the truth, the prosecution realised that he was wrongly arrested for this specific charge, and immediately dropped all charges. Offering no evidence against the accusations of possession with intent to supply, the judge declared him ‘not guilty’, and our client’s freedom and reputation were restored. 

Simply being at the wrong place at the wrong time can result in a false arrest, months of investigations, and an unfair trial – even though you may have evidence of your innocence the entire time. If you or someone you know is in a similar situation, please don’t hesitate to contact us now. We’re here to help defend your rights and protect your interests.  

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