Not Guilty in Drugs Supply Conspiracy at Northampton Crown Court

23rd October 2023 | Lawtons News|
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Glen Henry

Solicitor Advocate

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Our client found himself in a complex legal situation as one of 20 defendants facing charges as part of Operation Warrior. This extensive investigation, carried out by officers from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit, was centred on the supply and distribution of Class A controlled drugs into Northamptonshire. 

The gravity of the case revolved around our client’s alleged involvement in the transportation of a substantial quantity of cocaine, specifically 2 kg, which held a staggering street value of £160,800. This incident was part of a larger web of 19 other alleged events, cumulatively valued at well over £1 million.

After enduring a two-year-long investigation and a three-week-long trial at Northampton Crown Court, the outcome was finally revealed on October 5, 2023. Our client was declared not guilty of any involvement in the alleged conspiracy.

The jury’s verdict hinged on their acceptance that our client lacked the knowledge of the drugs in question. This pivotal detail, coupled with the understanding that he was not a participant in the conspiracy, led to his exoneration. 

This outcome underscores the importance of a thorough and diligent legal defence. Lawtons solicitor advocate, Glen Henry’s unwavering dedication to scrutinising the evidence, presenting a compelling case, and, ultimately, securing our client’s acquittal stands as a testament to our commitment to justice. 

We believe in upholding the principles of fairness and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. In this instance, we have succeeded in protecting our client’s rights and securing a just verdict.

Found yourself in a similar situation? Contact Lawtons Solicitors today to safeguard your rights and find the right legal solution for your case, or reach out to our Northampton office for assistance. 

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