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Vol 21 No 8 Aug/Sept 2016

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Criminal Confiscation Orders

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David FeldmanProfessor in Law, University of Bristol

ISBN13: 9780406002174
ISBN: 0406002177
Published: February 2000
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This work is now well-established in this area of law and is widely used by the Metropolitan Police and other police forces. The second edition incorporates all the recent developments in this field, including new legislation dealing with international co-operation in tracing the proceeds of crime, extended powers to request information and important new duties on financial advisers, including solicitors, to report suspicious transactions. Of particular importance is the Drug Trafficking Act 1994, which makes radical changes to the way in which confiscation orders are made and enforced. It includes extensive coverage of confiscation and related matters in respect of drug trafficking, terrorism and other offences including money laundering and is fully up to date. This is a short and practical guide to what is a complex area of legislation.

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Contents:
Introduction. The Acts. Some important terms defined. New criminal offences. Assisting another to retain the benefit of drug trafficking. Supplying or offering to supply articles for administering or preparing controlled drugs. Fraud and organised crime. Criminal offences to which the forfeiture provisions apply under the Criminal Justice Act 1987. New investigative powers. Powers flowing from drug trafficking offences becoming serious arrestable offences. Powers to enable identification of proceeds of trafficking. Powers to preserve proceeds of trafficking. Effect of new powers on third parties having innocent dealings with the accused. New sentencing procedures after conviction. Confiscation Orders. Enforcing confiscation orders. Serving the order on interested parties. Dealing with the property after seizure. Appendix.