4 July 2019
“Over the past 15 years “civil” (non-conviction based) confiscation provisions have been introduced in all Australian jurisdictions. The ACT is no exception, and the relevant provisions are contained in the Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act 2003.
How do the ACT provisions rate in terms of their level of fairness or harshness? What rights are available to respondents and other affected persons in response to such action?
Marcus Hassall, Barrister, Blackburn Chambers is a former National Coordinator for Criminal Assets at the Commonwealth DPP, provides an insightful introduction to and discussion of some of the key aspects of civil confiscation under “COCA.
Where: Blackburn Chambers 5.30pm – 7.00pm
When: 4 July 2019
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