||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 199 (Mar)
|| EWHC 366 (Admin)
||Queen's Bench Division, Divisional Court
Elias LJ and Calvert Smith J
||Robert Morris (instructed by Hodge Jones & Allen LLP) for the appellant.
||Myles Grandison (instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service) for the respondent.
||11 February 2010
Extradition - Request for extradition - Bar to extradition - Passage of time since commission of alleged offence - European arrest warrant issued for appellant's extradition - Offences stated in warrant allegedly committed 16 or more years before warrant issued - Extradition being ordered by judge - Whether passage of time bar operating to block extradition request - ss 14, 26.
Extradition Request for extradition. The Divisional Court held, dismissing the instant appeal, that the appellant's extradition could not be blocked by the use of s14 of the - the passage of time bar - as the test of whether it would be unjust to extradite had not been met. The Court further found that a fair trial could be had, and there was no reason to doubt that the Spanish courts would properly consider the issue of fairness if and when it arose.
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