In re Peacock: CA 20 Dec 2010

The court was asked, where a defendant fell to be subject to an increased confiscation order under the 1994 Act, where at the time of the original order his assets had been inadequate to meet the sum of benefit found to have been received, but he had later honestly acquired further assets.
Held: The court had power to later make an increased confiscation order allowing for after aquired property


Arden, Thomas, Etherton LLJ


[2010] EWCA Civ 1465




Drug Trafficking Act 1994


England and Wales


See AlsoRegina v Peacock and Another CACD 2-Apr-2009
The two defendants appealed against the increase of compensation orders made to reflect assets received properly after their original sentencing. . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromPeacock, Re SC 22-Feb-2012
The defendant had been convicted of drugs offences, and sentenced under the 1994 Act. The gains he had made exceeded his then assets. Later he acquired further property honestly, and the Court now considered whether those assets could be taken to . .
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