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Dominic Woolard secures acquittal at Aylesbury Crown Court for defendant stopped by police with 1KG of cocaine inside his jumper

Verdicts were returned in Aylesbury on 21st February after a 6 week trial that followed a 2 year surveillance operation into the wholesale supply of cocaine in the buckinghamshire area. CS was taken down from his moped while leaving the scene of a suspected exchange  on a 'strike day' where 3 kilograms of import purity cocaine was seized, CS was found to have a 1kg block of cocaine inside his clothing at 89% purity. 

While 4 of 7 defendants standing trial on the conspiracy were convicted, CS, represented by Dominic Woolard was acquitted by a unanimous Jury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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