Conspiracies to Supply Drugs
The nature of a police investigation is briefly outlined in Serious Crime. A conspiracy put simply is just an agreement between people to do a criminal act. It is important to understand that a person can be a part of a conspiracy without knowing others involved or their roles.
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“Role” is very important to sentence. Is it alleged the Defendant was an organiser, at the top for sentence, or simply a “foot soldier”, at the lowest level?
Because so much of the evidence is indirect, for example surveillance, phone traffic, (without the content of phone communications, although the police listen extensively to calls they do not rely on recordings as evidence as they do not want to reveal the extent of eavesdropping), and ANPR, it follows that much of a Prosecution case relies on inference. That the only plausible explanation is the conspiracy.
Defending allegations is a drawn out process. Evidence is served slowly and accumulates as a case gets closer to trial. Much material collected is not used as evidence but ought to be disclosed as “unused material”. This is often very important to the Defence. It may well contain certain information that points to alternative explanations and may place phone calls relied on by the Prosecution in a new context.
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