If you have been convicted of a criminal offence, the court must consider confiscation, if asked by the prosecution. This does not necessarily mean the prosecution will get every penny they ask for. With effective and robust representation by an experienced Barrister, they usually don’t. As part of my fraud practice, I receive regular instructions to represent clients in confiscation proceedings, even if I was not trial counsel. I have an in-depth understanding and wide ranging knowledge of confiscation law and practice.
If you want to instruct fresh counsel to represent you at the confiscation stage of your case, and you want someone with unrivalled experience in this difficult and complex area of the law, I would be happy to look at your case for you.