Three brothers have entered guilty pleas at Maidstone Crown Court for the offences of conspiracy to supply cannabis, being concerned in the production of cannabis and money laundering.

Abdul Alim, 30, Abdul Halim, 27, and Abdul Hakim, 28, all of Charles Street, Chatham, were all sentenced on Tuesday 5 December 2017, at Maidstone Crown Court. Allister Walker prosecuted the case.

Alim also pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of cocaine.

The judge jailed Alim for two years and three months and both Halim and Hakim were jailed for two years.

Allister has twenty-five years’ experience as a barrister in independent practice in Criminal Law. He has prosecuted and defended in significant cases in London, the South East and the Midlands. His practice comprises the prosecution of serious and organised crime and substantial fraud and he regularly defends in cases of murder and historic sexual assault.