The case of Regina vs Mr K

Mr K had been found guilty on six counts of making false statements in relation to trading and profit and loss accounts, and fourteen counts of using false instruments being purchase invoices. As a result of being convicted of these charges, confiscation proceedings were undertaken under the Criminal Justice Act which meant that the criminal proceeds would be the defined benefit rather […]

The case of Regina vs Mr R

The Charges Mr R had already pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class C drugs and as a result the prosecution had requested that the court proceeded to confiscate under the Proceeds of Crime Act. The offence which Mr R had been convicted of was considered to be a lifestyle offence and as such any property obtained in […]