Member Since: 23rd Mar 2006
22nd May 2012
Please email a copy of the spreadsheet to me if still possible.
8th Feb 2011
The judge states "It may be that the defendant ... would not be committed on the criminal standard of all the matter to which I have referred." Surely the "Proceeds of CRIME Act by definition means a person should be punished for the crimes he has been convicted of/plead guilty to rather than what the judge or anyone else thinks he might have done. If an alleged crime isn't PROVEN beyond all reasonable doubt, why should someone be punished for it?