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Confiscation order

A confiscation order concerns the recovery of money that someone may have earned from committing criminal offenses. The Public Prosecution Service must submit a confiscation order to the court, after which the court, following a hearing, determines whether money has actually been earned from criminal offenses and, if so, the amount to be confiscated as unlawfully obtained proceeds. A confiscation order can quickly accumulate to a significant amount. An attorney can assist you in verifying such an order and providing legal defense against the assertion that you earned money from committing criminal offenses. Contact us to discuss your options.


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