Mulhouse: Two years hard for the lawyer who drove in BMW with 25 kilos of cannabis hidden in his car – 20 Minutes

Customs controls at the Franco-German border on 30 December 2017. – FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

A man of Spanish nationality was sentenced on Monday by the Mulhouse High Court, in the
Haut-Rhin, to two years in prison for transporting
 drug.

And more specifically cannabis. The man, legal counsel by profession, was arrested Sunday by the customs on the A36 as he was driving to Germany aboard his BMW,
report The Latest News of Alsace.

Need to redo his teeth

After discovering cannabis in a cache of the vehicle's glove box, customs officers fall on nearly 25 kilos of drugs in the boneless car.

To explain his actions to the police, this lawyer has put forward a need for money to rebuild his teeth, according to the regional daily. He was sentenced to two years in prison, five years of inadmissibility and a customs fine of € 91,490. His BMW was seized and the goods destroyed.



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