In addition to these charges there are other possible charges such as:
Unlawful possession of restricted drugs (prescription medication)
Owning property which is obtained from trafficking drugs (most often, the property is cash)
Possessing drug related things or utensils, this includes items such as pipes, grinders or a mobile telephone
Permitting use of a place for an offence related to dangerous drugs
Possession restricted chemicals and drug laboratory equipment
Other drug offences
If you have been charged with any type drug charge, it is important that you have comprehensive legal advice from criminal defence lawyers who have experience in drug charge representation.
You should also be aware that being convicted of a serious drug offence can open yourself up to confiscation proceedings. This means that the Government will attempt to seize any property that they believe has been acquired through the profits of any drug offending. This can result in you losing your car, money in bank accounts or even your family home.
Other factors to consider
Your future is in your hands. There are a number of steps that you can take after being charged, that can have significant differences in the penalty that you receive. These include, courses, demonstrated rehabilitation and reference material. We can advise you on what you can do in order to receive the best possible outcome.