John’s client, charged with possessing Class A and Class B drugs with intent to supply, was arrested with a large quantity of high-purity cocaine in a car.  Further quantities of cocaine and cannabis were found at his home.

The trial involved evidence relating to his previous convictions for conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin and possessing cannabis with intent to supply.

On 24th November 2023, a jury at Salisbury Crown Court returned not guilty verdicts on all counts.

John was instructed by Rhean Bailey of Goldman Bailey Solicitors.

John Warrington is a barrister specialising in public law, crime, regulatory law and professional disciplinary proceedings.  Within these fields, his principal areas of interest include public inquiries, serious organised crime, high-value financial crime, environmental law, health and safety and the regulation of healthcare professionals, He is ranked as a leading criminal barrister at the London Bar in Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide and The Legal 500.