The substantive offences under the Drug Trafficking Act 1994 s.49(2) and the Criminal Justice Act 1988 s.93C(2) required proof that a defendant was in fact dealing with the proceeds of drug trafficking or other criminal conduct, and a jury could only convict of conspiracy if the defendant knew he was dealing with the proceeds of drug trafficking or other criminal conduct. It was not sufficient to show merely that he had reasonable grounds to suspect.

[2005] EWCA Crim 87

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