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Drug trafficking charge dropped at committal hearing

The client was charged with drug trafficking in the Dalby region in Queensland. Alan Phillips conducted a thorough review of the extensive brief of evidence and established that there was insufficient evidence for a jury to convict the client of drug trafficking.

A submission was provided to Police Prosecutions. They rejected the submission and the matter was listed for a committal hearing, with a 'no case to answer' submission to be made on the trafficking allegation. On the morning of the hearing, police agreed with Alan Phillips and discontinued the drug trafficking charge against the client.

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