- Confirmation that default sentences cannot be shared (Collins v Director of Public Prosecutions)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What did the court decide?
- Case details
Corporate Crime analysis: In an appeal by way of case stated, which arose out of confiscation orders made by His Honour Judge Kinch QC against a number of defendants who were co-conspirators, the High Court was asked if it was right that the time served by the appellant’s co-defendants of their default sentences should be deducted from the sentence he should serve for nonpayment of his confiscation order or if he must serve his default sentence as a whole. Written by Barnaby Hone, barrister, at 5 St Andrew’s Hill.
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