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Asset confiscation - "Crime Doesn’t Pay"

Law Institute of Victoria Journal, November 2019

Written by Nicole Spicer and Venetia Stewart

Published in the Law Institute Journal and written by Venetia Stewart and Stary Norton Halphen’s Nicole Spicer, “Crime Doesn’t Pay” explores the impact of asset confiscation.

“Confiscating the assets of criminals is one way that the legal system meritoriously seeks to ensure that ‘Crime doesn’t pay’ and provides compensation to the victims of crime, but it can also produce some unintended effects”

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Asset confiscation - "Crime Doesn’t Pay"

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