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Civil pecuniary penalties: Efficient 'stealth sanctions'?

Penny Pepperell for NBR Capital Letter
Wed, 14 Nov 2012

“Opponents of civil [penalties] argue that they wrongly prioritise the desire for efficiency in regulation over legal principle.

"They are ‘stealth sanctions’ which ‘seek to avoid the safeguards of criminal procedure by … the pretence that they are civil debts’.”

– Law Commission issues

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Penny Pepperell for NBR Capital Letter
Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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