[2002] EWHC 438 (Admin)

Where knowledge of possession of drugs was limited to the fact that a visitor had brought drugs into the appellant's home intending to take them, that knowledge did not constitute sufficient evidence from which it was appropriate to infer that the appellant had control over the drugs.

DC (Rose LJ, Leveson J)


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