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Orders Ancillary to Sentence

  
Judicial Officer(s)
Description
R v. McKiernan [2004] NICA 18
Kerr LCJ, Nicholson LJ and McCollum J
Drugs offences - Proceeds of Crime (NI) Order 1996 Confiscation Order
R v Grew and others [2011] NICA 31
Morgan LCJ, Girvan LJ and Coghlin LJ
Fraudulent evasion of duty contrary to section 170(2) of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979 - cigarette smuggling operations - whether trial judges erred in imposing confiscation order – appropriateness of custodial sentences for these offences
Summary of R v Allingham; R v McKenna [2012] NICA 29
Higgins LJ, Coghlin LJ and Treacy J
This is not a judgment but a summary of the judgment highlighting the sentencing guidance aspect of it. A link to the judgment is provided within the document.

Application for leave to appeal against Confiscation Orders and imprisonment - controlled waste kept in manner likely to cause pollution of environment or harm to human health and in or on land otherwise than under or in accordance with a Waste Management Licence - landfill tax - McKenna imprisonment appeal allowed and three years substituted for five - appeals by Allinghams and McKenna against confiscation orders in respect of benefit and evasion of tax dismissed - prosecution appeal allowed and confiscation order varied upward
The Queen v. Leonard Henry Warwick [2013] NICA 13
Morgan LCJ, Girvan LJ & Weatherup J
Money laundering offences, forgery, VAT fraud, mortgage fraud and deception - bank accounts in Isle of Man and NI - false identification and documents - whether confiscation order should have included accounts in own name or in fictional names - whether fruits of the accounts not enjoyed - most of monies going to others involved in the criminal enterprise