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(1) This section applies if a person is arrested under a warrant issued under section 71.
(2) A copy of the warrant must be given to the person as soon as practicable after his arrest.
(3) The person must be brought as soon as practicable before the appropriate judge.
(4) But subsection (3) does not apply if—
(a) the person is granted bail by a constable following his arrest, or
(b) the Secretary of State decides under section 126 that the request for the person's extradition is not to be proceeded with.
(5) If subsection (2) is not complied with and the person applies to the judge to be discharged, the judge may order his discharge.
(6) If subsection (3) is not complied with and the person applies to the judge to be discharged, the judge must order his discharge.
(7) When the person first appears or is brought before the appropriate judge, the judge must—
(a) inform him of the contents of the request for his extradition;
(b) give him the required information about consent;
(c) remand him in custody or on bail.
(8) The required information about consent is—
(a) that the person may consent to his extradition to the category 2 territory to which his extradition is requested;
(b) an explanation of the effect of consent and the procedure that will apply if he gives consent;
(c) that consent must be given in writing and is irrevocable.
(9) If the judge remands the person in custody he may later grant bail.
(10) Subsection (4)(a) applies to Scotland with the omission of the words “by a constable”.
To be appointed: see s 221.