When assessing matters relating to the confiscation of criminal proceeds the court is not limited to considering the facts on which the jury based their decision to convict, but may consider additional evidence1. All evidence to be relied on in confiscation proceedings must be given clearly and cogently2. Hearsay evidence is admissible, subject to safeguards
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