An appeal lies to the Supreme Court1 from a decision of the Court of Appeal on an appeal by the prosecutor in respect of a confiscation order2. As a rule, such an appeal3 lies at the instance of the defendant4 or the prosecutor5.
On an appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal to confirm, vary or make a confiscation order the Supreme Court may confirm, quash or vary the order6.
On an appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal to confirm the decision of the Crown Court not to make a confiscation order or from a decision
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