Practice and Procedure

R (on the application of the DIRECTOR OF REVENUE & CUSTOMS PROSECUTIONS) (Claimant) v BIRMINGHAM MAGISTRATES' COURT (Defendant) & RAYMOND WOOLLEY (Interested Party) (2010)

PUBLISHED January 15, 2010

[2010] EWHC 12 (Admin)

A term in a confiscation order that an offender would be imprisoned if he failed to make the required payments was an integral part of that order and so formed part of his sentence imposed for conspiracy to cheat the public revenue and money laundering offences and non-payment of the confiscation order was not a separate charge.

DC (Laws LJ, Sir Thayne Forbes)