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Supply and More II

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  1. Supplying dangerous drugs;
  2. Possessing dangerous drugs over schedule 3 quantity x 2;
  3. Possessing dangerous drugs, possess property suspected of being the proceeds of a drug offence;
  4. Possess property suspected of being used in connection with a drug offence;
  5. Possess utensils or pipes;
  6. Unlawful possession of weapons x 2

Court Heard:  Brisbane Magistrates Court

Maximum Penalty: 25 years imprisonment

Solicitor: Andrew Hanlon

Date: February 2018

Our client was charged with a number of drug offences following a police search of his residence during which police located significant quantities of a number of different illicit drugs, large amounts of cash, drug utensils and two weapons for which our client did not hold a licence.

The most serious of these charges were possessing schedule 1 dangerous drugs in a quantity over 2 grams and an offence of supplying dangerous drugs to another which carried maximum penalties of 25- and 15-years’ imprisonment respectively.

After a careful analysis of the evidence relied upon by the prosecution we were able to successfully negotiate significant reductions in the charges against our client. This allowed the matter to be finalised as a plea of guilty to the reduced charges at the Magistrates Court level.

Mr Hanlon appeared on sentence and made submissions highlighting our client’s remorse and co-operation with the authorities, lack of previous criminal history and efforts towards rehabilitation with respect to his substance use.


This is a summary of an actual case. Details have been omitted to protect the privacy of our client. We select cases which are informative and no guarantee is provided that similar results are achievable in all cases. Every case is different and you should obtain legal advice specific to your matter and circumstances.

Ultimately the court accepted Mr Hanlon’s submissions and imposed a fine for the offences while not recording convictions. As a result of the reductions to the charges we were also able to secure the return of the cash previously seized from our client by police.

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