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The court has the power to deprive an offender of property used for the purpose of committing or facilitating the Read More

A Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) is an order which is available on conviction for any criminal offence by any criminal Read More

Confiscation orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 may only be made by the Crown Court. An offender convicted Read More

Where an offender is convicted of an offence, the court has discretion to make such order as to costs as Read More

The table below suggests starting points for compensating physical and mental injuries commonly encountered in a magistrates’ court. They have Read More

The Courts Act 2003 created a fines collection scheme which provides for greater administrative enforcement of fines. Consult your legal Read More

A fine is payable in full on the day on which it is imposed. The offender should always be asked Read More

A fine and a custodial sentence may be imposed for the same offence although there will be few circumstances in Read More