David is a member of a local gang – the Strand - involved in dealing drugs. The police discovered a considerable quantity of drugs and £1000 in cash at David’s flat.

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Text must be double-spaced. The document must have a 1-inch margin around the whole page Question David has been charged with drugs offences involving intent to supply. The prosecution’s case is that David is a member of a local gang – the Strand - involved in dealing drugs. The police discovered a considerable quantity of drugs and £1000 in cash at David’s flat. The police’s discovery was part of a large on-going operation in the local area into the activities of the Strand. David s denies the charges, claiming that she did not know the drugs were at her flat and claiming that someone else must have stashed them there.

Assess the following evidential issues:

  1. The prosecution wishes to adduce evidence of Will, the owner of a local restaurant. During the investigation, Will told the police at interview that on several occasions over the previous months, he had purchased small quantities of cocaine from David for personal use. Will is now refusing to testify because the Strand have threatened to burn down his restaurant.
  2. The prosecution wishes to adduce evidence of texts messages they discovered on David’s phone in order to establish that she is a drug dealer. The texts that David had received state: “Thanks for the coke. Good stuff. Be round same time next week”; another states “Have the cash. Ur coke is good – worth the extra. Be round tonight at 8”.
  3. The prosecution wishes to adduce evidence of the fact that David has one previous conviction for fraud (in 2013) and burglary (in 2015), and two previous convictions for drugs offences involving possession of marijuana with intent to supply (in 2011 and 2017).

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