Drugs Offences

Stuart Miller Solicitors have defended those accused of importing, producing, distributing, supplying and possessing all classes of drugs for more than 30 years.

Either you are uncontrollably addicted to the use of drugs, helpless due to the very real and painful physical effects of long term use; or you are engrossed in a vicious lifestyle cycle. Wherever you fit, the Serious Crime Solicitors at this firm will be able to assist you in the preparation of your case at every step of the way.

Understanding the tramendous resources invested in investigations by specialist drugs squads and dedicated prosecutors is vital in mounting a powerful defence case. The Serious Crime team at this office are highly regarded in the entire UK and have substantial knowledge and experience of dealing with foreign jurisdictions, managing huge volumes of evidence, challenging forensic issues, understanding and contesting cell site evidence, not to mention arguing against the legitimacy and admissability of evidence obtained using covert surveillance.

We have represented clients accused of importing and distributing hundreds of kilos of class A to class C drugs. We have succesfully defended the associated money laundering allegations that are almost always attached to drugs prosecutions. Our Fraud Solicitors work alongside our Serious Crime Solicitors to ensure that in the event you are convicted or you decide to plead guilty; the chances of you having to pay back huge sums of money by way of prosecution costs or confiscation orders is minimised.

Stuart Miller Solicitors are a one-stop shop for drugs related offences. We can defend you from the outset to the end of the confiscation or enforcement proceedings with a high quality service.

Our Solicitors and Caseworkers are assisted by some of the best Barristers in the Criminal Law sector. Whether you need a QC, a Junior Barrister or an expert Accountant to assist your case, our Serious Crime Solicitors will find the best person to compliment your defence.

For a free consultation, you may either complete the online enquiry form or contact the office and ask to speak to Serious Crime Solicitor.