Restraint, confiscation and civil recovery
The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 gave law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies far-reaching powers to restrain and confiscate money and other assets they believe represent the proceeds of criminal activity. We regularly act on behalf of the agencies exercising those powers as well as the individuals and corporations subject to them.
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