No Conviction for Supply of Prohibited Drug

No Conviction for Supply of Prohibited Drug

Our client, a young woman attended a music festival with her friends and made the poor decision to bring in drugs for recreational use. A Sniffer dog picked up the scent upon entry and found 18 MDMA capsules on her person.

Our client was charged with the supply of prohibited drugs at the “Hardcore Till I Die” music festival at Sydney Olympic Park. She decided to carry 18 MDMA capsules for the recreational use of her and her friends. The police sniffer dogs stationed at the entrances detected a scent of illicit drugs, which led to our client being arrested. She was routinely searched by police, where she was found in possession of the capsules.

Our client was charged with the supply of a prohibited drug under Section 25(1) of the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 which carries a sentence of 15 years imprisonment and a fine of $2200.

Thankfully, the client managed to retain Mr Zemarai Khatiz, Principal of Oxford Lawyers and Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law. Mr Khatiz presented strong submissions to the Court and brought to light a number of relevant factors. The Court was persuaded by the submissions which led to our client being able to walk away with no conviction, jail time or fine.

Our client was extremely happy with the result as it ensured that her future job prospects being hampered. This amazing result allowed her to return to her everyday activities with a clean record. Our client was extremely impressed with the outstanding preparation and representation that Mr Khatiz and the staff at Oxford Lawyers provided.

If you want to reach the best resolution, you’ll want Oxford Lawyers on the job. For immediate assistance, please contact Mr Zemarai Khatiz and the Oxford Lawyers team.

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