it could be I suppose.
But not usually. Thats an amount that would normally be charged as a possession with intent to supply depending on the circumstances of the find I'm afraid.
For that amount it would be likely to be a possession with intent I'm afraid. Even if there was no other evidence of dealing, the amount is just too high to justify simple possession.
It would be helpful if there was no cash, weighing scales, small bags etc. But that would really only relate to a defence.
Yes, thats right.
28 grams is a very large amount. its really a matter of judgement but not that many juries would accept that this amount was all for personal use.
OK. Good luck then.
Not necessarily. It could be. It depends on the scale that is alleged really. There's quite a lot of caselaw that distinguishes between the levels of supply of drugs
The last thing you want is a jury with common sense in this case. Such a jury would convict you I'm afraid.
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