Criminal lawyer for Supply a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis
Supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis is a serious criminal offence for which you need an expert drug lawyer. Australian Criminal Law Group has the best criminal lawyers in Sydney for drug supply offences.
We get the best result for you. Whether you are charged with smaller supplies from your apartment or as a dial a dealer driver. As well as when you’re charged with larger supplies because an undercover cop entrapped you into selling them a large quantity of drugs over time.
If you are charged with Supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, do not settle for second best when it comes to this very serious offence.
How do I beat a charge of Supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis?You will be found not guilty of the offence of Supply of a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis drug if the police cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt:
- You supplied or knowingly took part in the supply of a prohibited drug (not being cannabis);
- On three or more occasions;
- For financial or material reward;
- During a period of 30 consecutive days.
Supply includes sell and distribute. It also includes agreeing to supply or offering to supply, keeping or having in possession for supply, sending, forwarding, delivering or receiving for supply, authorising, directing, causing, suffering, permitting or attempting any of those acts or things.
If you agree that you have committed the offence and the police are able to prove so, it is best to plead guilty. You will normally receive a discount on your sentence, and it will demonstrate remorse. If you intend to plead guilty, our experienced solicitors can negotiate with prosecutors for you to plead guilty to less serious facts, or even a less serious charge.
Supply a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis carries a maximum penalty of imprisonment for 20 years and/or a fine of $385,000.00. These penalties are typically reserved for the worst offenders. Supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis is an extremely serious criminal offence and if you are charged with this offence you should contact our office immediately.
You can read about all the sentencing options that a court has, including about not having a conviction recorded here.
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Why choose Australian Criminal Law Group?
Our criminal lawyers are experts at obtaining the best outcome possible for supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis. For these offences, a good lawyer can be the difference between a conviction and no criminal record and freedom or jail. To read more about Australian Criminal Law Group, click here.
To discuss your charge of supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, call Australian Criminal Law Group at our Sydney, Parramatta, and Blacktown offices or make a website inquiry today.
Mr Correy appeared with a client charged with supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis. He had sold ice to an undercover police officer on four occasions. Mr Correy argued the conduct of the police bordered on entrapment. He argued that the Accused had been targeted because he had spent most of his life. Mr Correy convinced a judge that despite the offence, his client had changed, and the judge did not send the client to prison, instead placing him on a six-month ICO.
Australian Criminal Law Group represented a client charged with ongoing supply of methylamphetamine, with the 3 transactions totalling almost 40 grams of ice. Our solicitor put before the court evidence of the client’s refugee background and evidence that consequential to past trauma he had attempted suicide twice prior to self-medicating with drugs. Our client gave evidence that he supplied the drugs at the urging his drug dealer to feed his own habit. The Judge found the case to be exceptional and despite our client being found to be substantially involved in supply, he received an Intensive Correction Order and did not go to jail.
Australian Criminal Law Group represented a client charged with Ongoing Supply of MDMA and Methylamphetamine, supply of 170 grams of MDMA and supply of 3000 grams of cannabis. The offending occurred over six months and involved dozens of transactions to an undercover police officer. It could only be described as extremely serious and a jail term of some length was inevitable. Our solicitor ran a case based on our client’s documented mental health issues and significant family support. In the end our client received a sentence of two years imprisonment. This was well less than the co-Accused and a fraction of what other similar offenders receive.