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Supreme Court bail granted for commercial possession of methamphetamine

The client was charged with commercial possession of approximately an ounce of methamphetamine. He was apprehended after an alleged police chase involving burn outs in the Brisbane area. He had approximately 7 charges before the Court. The client's history was extensive, including previous convictions for trafficking in dangerous drugs and armed robbery. 

Alan Phillips made an application for bail in the Magistrates Court which was refused. Three days later, he made a further application in the Supreme Court for bail which was granted, and the client was released on strict bail conditions

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