Criminal Courts to evaluate property procured by scheduled offences
12. (1) Where before judgment is pronounced in any criminal trial for a scheduled offence it is represented to the Court that an order of attachment of property has been passed under this Ordinance in connection with such offence, the Court shall, if it is convicting the accused, record a finding as to the amount of money or value of other property procured by the accused by means of the offence.
(2) In any appeal or revisional proceedings against such conviction, the appellate or revisional Court shall, unless it sets aside the conviction either confirm such finding or modify it in such manner as it thinks proper.
(3) In any appeal or revisional proceedings against an order of acquittal passed in a trial such as is referred to in sub section (1), the appellate or revisional Court, if it convicts the accused, shall record a finding such as is referred to in that sub section.
(4) Where the accused is convicted of a scheduled offence other than one specified in item 1 of the Schedule to this Ordinance and where it appears that the offence has caused loss to [* * *] Government referred to in the said Schedule or local authority, the finding referred to in this section shall indicate the amount of loss sustained by [* * *] Government or local authority.
(5) Where the accused is convicted at the same trial of one or more offences specified in item 1 of the Schedule to this Ordinance and of one or more offences specified in any of the other items of the said Schedule, the finding referred to in this section shall indicate separately the amounts procured by means of the two classes of offences.