Regina v Croft: CACD 6 Jul 2000

A judge has no discretion other than to make an order with regard to the realisation and confiscation of the proceeds of drug trafficking offences. The Act gives the defendant several ways of displacing the assumptions to be made by the judge, but if the defendant failed to displace the assumptions, the court could not but choose to make the order.


Times 06-Jul-2000


Drug Trafficking Act 1994 4

Criminal Sentencing

Updated: 09 April 2022; Ref: scu.85212