Drug smuggling is one of the most complicated areas in the law on drugs, especially as it crosses country borders and can be influenced by different legal jurisdictions. With this complexity, it is vital that you seek specialist advice at your earliest opportunity. Read more
FAQs about Drug & Firearm Offences
What are the sentencing guidelines for drug offences?
I didn’t know I was carrying drugs. What can I do?
Are controlled drugs and illegal drugs the same thing?
What drugs does the drug smuggling law cover?
How do the police know whether someone is possessing or supplying drugs?
Are there different types of money laundering?
- Self-laundering, which is committed by someone with their own proceeds
- Someone who is controlling someone else’s proceeds
Are all firearms illegal in the UK?
Is possessing an unlicensed firearm an offence even if you don’t use it?
Can someone with a criminal record apply for a firearms licence?
Been arrested? Contact us now to safeguard your future.
Firearms and drug offences are extremely serious and the punishments can be life-changing. You need expert representatives to defend you in court. At Lawtons, we have vast experience, and will examine your case meticulously to prepare a robust defence and ensure the best possible outcome. Call us today on 0333 577 0522.
The laws around drugs and firearms are fast-changing and often misunderstood. Whether you or a family member are facing an allegation, the Lawtons team will guide you through this highly stressful time and, if necessary, through court proceedings.
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