If the court decides1 that the defendant2 has a criminal lifestyle3, it must make the following four assumptions for the purpose of deciding whether he has benefited from his general criminal conduct4 and deciding his benefit from the conduct5. The first assumption is that any property transferred to the defendant at any time after the relevant day6 was obtained by him as a result of his general criminal conduct7 and at the earliest time he appears to have held it8. The second assumption is that any property held by the defendant at any time after the date of conviction9
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