Ann Mulligan defends in £1.6 BILLION drugs conspiracy involving Class A drugs concealed in Dutch ambulances 


Following a four week trial at Kingston Crown Court the Defendant Mc Nestrie was convicted. Ann Mulligan successfully persuaded the sentencing judge  to sentence the Defendant on the basis that he occupied a significant not leading role in the drugs conspiracy. His sentence was therefore less than would otherwise have been the case. The learned judge indicated that he had never dealt with a case involving the supply of Class A drugs on such a vast scale before. It was conceded that the quantity of drugs was so massive that the case fell outside the Sentencing Council’s  Drug Offences Definitive Guideline.

The case was reported here and here.