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Supreme Court bail granted for second time to alleged drug trafficker

Alan Phillips of our office represented our client who was charged with possessing a short firearm in public, along with a commercial quantity of methamphetamine. He was initially refused bail by the Magistrates Court. An application for bail was made in the Supreme Court and he was granted bail.


The very next day after his release, our client was arrested again, this time for alleged drug trafficking.


Our office made a further application for bail in the Magistrates Court at Ipswich and the defendant was again refused bail. A Supreme Court bail application was made for the second occasion. Following submissions by Alan Phillips, the Supreme Court considered that bail should be granted for the second time, albeit on stricter conditions.


Contact Alan Phillips on 0403 846 238 for assistance with any allegations of criminal conduct levelled against you by police.

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