With specified exceptions1, if the Crown Court makes a confiscation order2 the prosecutor may appeal to the Court of Appeal in respect of the order3.
With specified exceptions4, if the Crown Court decides not to make a confiscation order the prosecutor may appeal to the Court of Appeal against the decision5.
An appeal lies to the Court of Appeal against a determination6 of the extent of the defendant's interest in property7. Such an appeal lies at the instance of the prosecutor
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