Press Releases

APRIL 2016: In a case involving a cannabis growing operation i a six floor Victorian building. Built into a cliff and split into two levels (above and below upper ground level), separated into flats with all doors and halls equipped with sealed fire doors along with a cannabis cultivation operation equipped with an unusual two layer filtration system, using an extra filter for cleaning the air in the corridors outside of the growing areas in the lower house area and with a defendant having a compromised sense of smell.
“But defence expert Dr John Douse told the jury that the smell of cannabis from the basement may have dissipated across the large ground floor area.
He added that the house has been “almost split in two”, with the basement almost sealed from the rest of the house. Dr Douse said that the filtration system may have been “very effective” at removing the smell of drugs. – Plymouth Herald: March 31 2016

Lockerbie (Judges Findings and other press releases)

Bristol (Earl Swaby Murder trial)

PP v Mohammad Ashik Bin Aris (Methamphetamine)

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