237. Effect of confiscation order on court's other powers.

If the court makes a confiscation order1 it must, in respect of the offence or offences concerned2:


    (1)     take account of the confiscation order before it imposes a fine on the defendant3 or makes another specified financial order4; and


    (2)     subject to this, leave the confiscation order out of account in deciding the appropriate sentence for the defendant5.

Where the Crown Court makes both a confiscation order and one or more priority orders against the same person in the same proceedings6, and the court believes he will not have sufficient means to satisfy all of those orders in full7, the