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No charges for mother and son in drugs conspiracy investigation

Greater Manchester Police v D, D & Others

After a 20-month investigation, Richardson Lissack managed to secure a police caution for a mother who was arrested on suspicion of being involved in a conspiracy to supply cocaine and money laundering. No further action was taken against her 17 year old son. Pro-active advice and persistent negotiation throughout the course of the investigation allowed our lawyers to encourage the Police and CPS to apply the “COVID-19” public interest considerations to the extenuating circumstances of the case, which resulted in a positive result for both clients.

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