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William England defends in multi handed drugs trial in Swansea; the case relates to the discovery of an “industrial scale cannabis factory”. The crown alleges that all the defendants were party to a conspiracy to flood Wales with cannabis and cannabis related products.


The case alleges a conspiracy to produce and supply both cannabis, cannabis oil, and cannabis chocolate on an industrial scale, the prosecution also alleges that the parties laundered the proceeds of the same, the value of that allegedly traded ran into millions of pounds. The case is being heard at Swansea Civic Centre nightingale court and is expected to last 6-weeks.

William is instructed by Andrea Wilson and Richard Derby of Potter Derby Solicitors.

Case: R V Samantha McCann and others, Swansea Crown Court.



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