Cultivation and Possession of Narcotic Plants – Discharged
Our client had been charged with cultivation and possession of narcotic plants, and theft of electricity. The client has no criminal record and the matter was listed for a contested hearing. The police had executed a search warrant and found the client at the address with a ‘grow room’ in one of the rooms of the house.
We acted on the client’s behalf at the Sunshine Magistrates’ Court. The charges were:
The police officers were cross-examined and criticised for failing to investigate a number of things. Our client was eventually discharged and the police were ordered to pay the client’s legal fees.
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