Serious Drugs Offences

Whether it's lesser drugs crimes such as personal possession or large importations and more high-profile drug-related offences, it is essential you get the right legal representation to guide you through every step of the process. Being in possession of illegal drugs, supplying them or intending to supply them are all viewed as serious acts of misconduct in the eyes of the law, and the punishments, though varied, can be very tough.

If you are accused of a serious drugs offence, it is imperative you get the very best legal advice straight away - and this is something we provide through our Private Client Criminal Law Service. This service has been developed for clients who require exclusive, partner-level representation and, given its bespoke nature, it is able to provide a dedicated, driven, yet friendly approach from start to finish.

We have developed a particular expertise in pharmaceutical cases, where individuals or corporate clients face allegations of large-scale importation of legal drugs in contravention of statutory prohibitions. A knowledge of the markets and international regulations is essential and our strategy in this type of case benefits our preparation in drugs cases generally.

Drugs offences come in various forms. Some of the most common charges are:

  • Possessing or supplying illegal drugs

  • Importation or trafficking illegal drugs

  • Importation of prohibited drugs in contravention of prohibition or licence

Accusations of serious drugs offences can often be complex. Arrests made will sometimes arise out of large-scale operations, possibly involving surveillance and cases can be linked to other crimes, such as money laundering or conspiracies to defraud. Having the right legal team to guide you through the intricacies of these cases is therefore essential. At JMW, our Private Client Criminal Law Service guarantees you a focused private client defence service that always endeavours to get the required results.

You can find out more about this offering, or speak to one of our specialist solicitors, by calling us on 0345 872 6666 or by completing the contact form on this page.

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