SUTTON DRUGS TRIAL: Defendant turned to selling drugs after income fell

Nottingham Crown COurt.

Nottingham Crown COurt.

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A Sutton man has told a crown court jury that a ‘moment of stupidity’ led him to getting involved in dealing amphetamine - but he denies any involvement in producing the drug.

Daniel Robinson (30), of Paling Crescent, Sutton, has admitted a charge of conspiracy to supply the Class B drug during a trial at Nottingham Crown Court, but has pleaded not guilty to a charge of conspiracy to produce it.

Taking the stand today, Robinson said that it was after his income fell when he left his previous job and went to work for his brother’s tarmacing company that he first got involved with dealing amphetamine.


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