Drug possession means that you have control and custody of the illicit substance. Although this often means that the substance was found on your person (for example, in a pocket), this is not always the case. For example, if you’re travelling in a car and you know that there are drugs stored in that car’s glovebox, you might be charged with possession.

A common scenario in which drug possession charges occur is at music festivals. If you’re planning on going to a music festival, you should be aware that there are often drug detection dogs used by police at these festivals.

If you are found to be in possession of a dangerous drug, this charge can have serious consequences. So, it is advisable to gain legal assistance at the earliest possible time. This can assist you to understand your rights and options.

If you’ve been charged with drug possession, contact us for a free initial phone consultation. Brooke Winter Solicitors have experienced criminal lawyers available to assist you, wherever you are in Queensland.