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Phillips v. The United Kingdom

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Application to the applicant of the relevant provisions of the UK's Drug Trafficking Act 1994 as to the assumption that all property held by a person convicted of a drug-trafficking offence within the preceding six years represented the proceeds of drug trafficking was confined within reasonable limits, given the importance of what was at stake, and the rights of the defence were fully respected.

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2001-07-01
2016-09-28

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