A defendant1 has a criminal lifestyle if, and only if, the offence (or any of the offences) concerned2 satisfies any of the following tests:
(1) it is a lifestyle offence3;
(2) it constitutes conduct forming part of a course of criminal activity4;
(3) it is an offence committed over a period of at least six months and the defendant has benefited from the conduct which constitutes the offence5.
Conduct forms part of a course of criminal activity if the defendant has benefited from the conduct and (a) in the proceedings in which he was convicted he was convicted of three
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