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The advice from his solicitor is sound. If he was not connected to the drugs then he was not in possession of them. Certainly not in possession with intent to supply.
Best to stick with the current solicitor and take advice from them as they will know the full details of the case and can better advise.
The solicitor should be able to represent him at the court hearing too.
Yes they can.
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