A jury today found Adam King not guilty of possessing cocaine, diamorphine, cannabis and cannabis resin, all with intent to supply.
They also found Mr. King not guilty of possessing a digital scale intended for preparation of those drugs.
Mr. King, visibly overcome with emotion, left the courtroom shortly after his acquittal.
Mr. King’s lawyer Charles Richardson, who has won every single Supreme Court case he’s been involved with this year, said that it’s good to keep his winning record on track, despite a trial that was quite complicated at times.
Mr. Richardson also thanked the jurors for taking time out of their busy schedules to perform their civic duty and deliver justice.
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