It was for an appellant who had been convicted of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug to provide evidence about his realisable assets for the purposes of a confiscation order. Where the appellant declined to do so, the judge was entitled in the circumstances of the case to conclude that the appellant had not satisfied him that his realisable assets were less than the benefit of the drug trafficking.

[2005] EWCA Crim 1812

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