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I presume you are happy to let them seize them?
Thanksfor the information
Obviouslythere is a risk of a police investigation. Nobody can stamp that out completely.
It is a fairlylow risk. Usually they don’t reportsmall amounts unless seizure is contested.
But nobodycan guarantee that what normally happens will be what happens here.
They dohave to prove that you were the purchaser as opposed to it being sent to youwithout knowledge. They might well beable to do that but it is a hurdle to reach. Obviously you cant lie but you can say nothing.
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No, no. They won't be doing anything like that.
They would just leave a note at your address to make contact.
If they do turn up just make sure you have a solicitor and follow their advice.
Don't read stuff online.
They have wide powers under PACE.
They can't force entry under the Misuse of Drugs Act but they can under many other statutes.
Not that i would expect a house search here anyway.