What would you like to know about this please?
Well, he can only give his account during a police interview.
If he doesnt know where the cannabis came from then he will have to offer that account.
Given that this is his car he might have to explain how cannabis may have got there.
If he had anybody else in the car etc.
The reality is that it is quite unlikely that any other person discarded cannabis in his car unless there was a connection to him.
Cannabis is a valuable product. A third party is not likely to leave it in his car unless there is some form of explanation such as them being there when he left it there etc.
Apart from anything else, his car must have been searched for some reason.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Yes, but why would they search his car?
Why would other people leave cannabis in his car?
To what end?
it depends how long it was there I suppose.
How long was the car there?
Why was the window open?
It might be difficult to get them to accept that in four hours a third party intervened. Depends on the circumstances I suppose.
If the vehicle had been there for months on end then it might be easy to argue it could have been claimed by the local drug dealers
I suppose the area might be covered by CCTV.
Depends how much is there.
Is this simple possession or PWITS?
I'm happy to continue with this but please rate my answer.
Well, it is for the police to prove he did rather than the other way around.
But if something was found in his car then he can reasonably be expected to account for how it got there.
If it is simple possession then they will just offer a caution.
Not if he accepts a caution but a caution does still impact upon his character.
It would show on DBS checking depending on the level of checking.
If the fixed penalty is available then it would be better but they wouldn't normally interview over that.
I think they are probably saying that more has been found than would render that appropriate.
Otherwise they just wouldn't normally conduct an interview.
No problem. All the best