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The statement that you gave at the roadside can be used by the police as evidence of your position. I understand that you may feel a little pressured, but they will say they explained your rights to you and you agreed to mention the things that you did.
What explanation did you give for having the drugs?
And do you know what they're seeking to charge you for?
And have you had any prior convictions?
The range of options open to a court for this type of offence are pretty wide. The starting point is usually a fine, with the option of looking at up to 26 weeks in prison. That's a starting point, although to be honest, I doubt a custodial sentence is likely. As you have a previous conviction before, there is more liklihood for some form of limited community sentence, although since it was so long ago, I expect a fine is still a good possibility here, albeit for a larger amount than before.
There is no reason that you should not get somebody to help you with this sooner rather than later, although you could have a solicitor represent you at the magistrates court on the day only, which you can do under the public funding schemes.
You should see one straight away.
There is help out there. There are various rehab centres that can assist, and a potentially decent starting point for you would be your local GP, who can refer you to the right places in your locality. http://www.addictionadvisor.co.uk is an organisation you might want to take a look at.
Does this answer your question today?
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If you were to enlist the help of one of these services, I firmly believe that it would help your case.