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As defence solicitors, we provide expert legal defence advice and defence representation, throughout the country, to those suspected of, or charged with, offences involving conspiracy to import drugs, drug importation or conspiracy to supply drugs or drug supply, usually involving drugs such as heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, amphetamine and cannabis, but including the full range of Class A, B and C drugs.
Investigations and prosecutions for conspiracy to import drugs, drug importation or conspiracy to supply drugs or drug supply brought by HM Revenue and Customs, SOCA and the Police are frequently lengthy and wide-ranging involving the activities of many individuals and companies.
Prosecutions for conspiracy to import drugs, drug importation or conspiracy to supply drugs or drug supply are long and complex and require expert legal defence representation. Conviction frequently results in substantial sentences of imprisonment and orders for confiscation under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Obtaining expert defence solicitors at an early stage is vital. Public funding (Legal Aid) may be available for legal defence representation in drug importation and drug supply cases.
This firm is repeatedly asked to assist clients who have already, at some time, during the course of an investigation or Court proceedings instructed Solicitors. We are used to dealing with such enquiries and advising as to the transfer of a case from previous Solicitors to this practice. It is important to those the subject of an investigation or prosecution, that they are confident in the Solicitors that they instruct and that they consider those that act for them are doing everything they possibly can to assist.
We offer free initial legal advice, either over the phone, via e-mail or face to face if required. Please contact us using the Contact Us link or by asking our solicitors a question using the simple form above. Our initial advice is free. You can also contact us via e-mail, text message or by telephoning the FREEPHONE number 0800 988 5124.