Possession for the purpose of trafficking: acquittal
A client charged with cannabis possession for the purpose of trafficking is acquitted.
In this case, the prosecution’s theory of the case rested on circumstantial evidence. We pleaded a recent Supreme Court decision, the principles of which can be found in a note that we’ve published here.
In short, when evaluating circumstantial evidence, the judge must consider other plausible theories of other reasonable possibilities that aren’t compatible with guilt.