30th October, 2020

Suspended sentence for defendant convicted of possessing cocaine with intent to supply

Robert Smith represented the defendant who pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine. Following a trial of issue earlier this month and a plea in mitigation at the sentence hearing yesterday, the defendant avoided immediate custody and received a two year suspended sentence.

Robert was instructed by Colin Rawson of Stephensons Solicitors.

Click here to view Robert's profile.

Media Coverage: Manchester Evening News



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