Colin King

Sussex Law School

Senior Lecturer in Law

Falmer

Brighton BN1 9QN

United Kingdom

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/law/people/peoplelists/person/355059

Sussex Law School, University of Sussex

Senior Lecturer in Law

Freeman Building

Falmer

Brighton , BN1 9QE

United Kingdom

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/law/people/peoplelists/person/355059

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

DOWNLOADS

445

CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

Using Civil Processes in Pursuit of Criminal Law Objectives: A Case Study of Non-Conviction Based Asset Forfeiture

16(4) International Journal of Evidence and Proof 337-363, 2012
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 12 Jul 2013
Colin King
Sussex Law School
Downloads 40 (282,105)

Abstract:

Proceeds of crime, due process, separation of powers, standard of proof, punishment

2.

The Seizure of Illicit Assets: Patterns of Civil Forfeiture in Canada and Ireland

(2013) 42 Common Law World Review 91-109
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 12 Jul 2013
Michelle M. Gallant and Colin King
University of Manitoba and Sussex Law School
Downloads 39 (316,381)

Abstract:

proceeds of crime, organized crime, standard of proof; due process, criminal law, property rights, proportionality

3.

Chapter One - Dirty Assets: Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets

Dirty Assets: Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets (Ashgate, Farnham, 2014)
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 28 Jan 2014
Colin King and Clive Walker
Sussex Law School and University of Leeds - Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS)
Downloads 33 (295,897)

Abstract:

Financial crime, terrorism financing

4.

Following the Money Trail: Civil Forfeiture of Criminal Assets in Ireland

Petrus van Duyne et al (eds), Human Dimensions in Organised Crime, Money Laundering and Corruption (Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2013) pp.265-291
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 12 Jul 2013
Colin King
Sussex Law School
Downloads 26 (295,897)

Abstract:

proceeds of crime, civil recovery, asset forfeiture, civil forfeiture, organised crime, Ireland, crime, criminal law, Criminal Assets Bureau, criminal justice, moral panic, due process, presumption of innocence, police, revenue, data, information access, transparency, accountability, Celtic Tiger

5.

Civil Forfeiture and Article 6 of the ECHR: Due Process Implications for England and Wales and Ireland

(2014) 34(3) Legal Studies 371-394
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 20 Jul 2013 Last Revised: 03 Jul 2017
Colin King
Sussex Law School
Downloads 21 (361,769)

Abstract:

proceeds of crime, civil forfeiture, non conviction based asset forfeiture, confiscation, organised crime, proportionality, presumption of innocence, criminal procedure, evidence, due process, ECHR, human rights

6.

Expediency, Legitimacy, and the Rule of Law: A Systems Perspective on Civil/Criminal Procedural Hybrids

Crim Law and Philos, DOI: 10.1007/s11572-016-9405-6
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 31 May 2017
Jennifer Hendry and Colin King
School of Law, University of Leeds and Sussex Law School
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Abstract:

Systems theory, Autopoiesis, Expediency, Legitimacy, Rule of law, Due process, Civil and criminal procedure, Procedural hybrids, Proceeds of crime, Civil recovery

7.

How Far is Too Far? Theorising Non-Conviction-Based Asset Forfeiture

(2015) IJLC 11(4) 398-411
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 10 Sep 2016
Jennifer Hendry and Colin King
School of Law, University of Leeds and Sussex Law School
Downloads 0 (399,107)

Abstract:

systems theory, civil recovery, differentiation, Luhmann, Teubner, Konditionalprogramme, organized crime

8.

Counter Terrorism Financing: A Redundant Fragmentation?

New Journal of European Criminal Law, Vol. 6, Issue 3, 2015
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 08 Nov 2015
Colin King and Clive Walker
Sussex Law School and University of Leeds - Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS)
Downloads 0 (218,848)

Abstract:

terrorism; counter terrorism financing; asset freezing; sanctions; money laundering; proceeds of crime; UNSCR; UN; FATF; organised crime; financing; confiscation; globalisation; policymaking; funding; property; national security