(1) the court makes a confiscation order1 in respect of a defendant2 who has neither been convicted nor acquitted3;
(2) the defendant is later tried for the offence or offences concerned and acquitted on all counts4; and
(3) he applies5 to the Crown Court to discharge the confiscation order6,
the court must discharge the order7.
(a) the court makes a confiscation order in respect of a defendant who has neither been convicted nor acquitted8;
(b) the defendant ceases to be an absconder9;
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