Practice and Procedure

DZIEDZIC v GERMANY (2006)

PUBLISHED June 14, 2006
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A delay of 15 years between an extradition offence occurring and the extradition of the alleged perpetrator of the offence being sought did not mean that it was unjust or oppressive to extradite him where he knew both the nature of the evidence to be adduced against him and what his response to the evidence was, and his defence position was not weakened by the delay.

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