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Drug dealer, 45, avoids jail after spending almost five years on bail awaiting trial


Drug dealer, 45, avoids jail after spending almost five years on bail awaiting trial – as father who was also charged died before the case reached court

  • Andreas Achilleos, 45, confined to his home for nine hours a day for 45 months
  • Drug dealer from Kent was arrested in March 2018 and charged later that year
  • Judge Oliver Saxby KC said that 45 month curfew ‘may be a record today’
  • Added it ‘may not be one tomorrow’ thanks to the 63,000 case courts backlog 

A drug dealer has avoided jail after spending almost five years on bail waiting for a trial – as his father, who was also charged, died before the case reached the courts.

Andreas Achilleos, 45, was forced to wear an electronic tag that confined him to his home for at least nine hours a day for 45…



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