||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 61 (Apr)
|| EWHC 744 (Admin)
||Queen's Bench Division (Divisional Court)
Auld LJ and Sullivan J
||Liam Pepper (instructed by Edwards Vaziraney) for the first appellant.
||Ben Watson (instructed by GT Stewart) for the second appellant.
||Peter Caldwell (instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service) for the respondent.
||5 April 2006
Extradition - Hearing - Bar to extradition - Rule against double jeopardy - Abuse of process - Appellant's extradition sought in relation to offences similar to those of which convicted in United Kingdom - Whether appellant's extradition barred - Whether appellant's extradition amounting to abuse of process - , s 80.
It would be difficult for an English judge to resist an application for a stay of extradition proceedings as an abuse of process where the CPS had chosen to frame a domestic prosecution on only one transaction contained in the an EAW, notwithstanding the material as to the other transactions available to it and lying, albeit unused, in the prosecution papers.
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