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Cleveland Magistrates Court – no conviction for drugs and weapons

​Tom Gardiner appeared in the Cleveland Magistrates Court on behalf of a client charged with possessing drugs, utensils, and knuckle dusters. Despite his client having 12 pages of criminal history, Tom successfully argued that his client did not have any recent offending, and that a good behaviour bond was the appropriate sentence. The Magistrate accepted this submission, imposed a bond, and did not record a conviction.


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