'Criminal conduct' is conduct which constitutes an offence in England and Wales1 or would constitute such an offence if it occurred in England and Wales2. 'General criminal conduct' of the defendant is all his criminal conduct, and it is immaterial when3 the conduct occurred4 or when5 property constituting a benefit from conduct was obtained6. 'Particular criminal conduct' of the defendant is all his criminal conduct which falls within the following:
(1) conduct which constitutes the offence or offences concerned7;
(2) conduct which constitutes offences of which he was convicted in the same proceedings as those in which he was
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