Where it was alleged that unlawfully obtained material had been relied upon to justify the issue of a warrant following an extradition request, if there was ample other evidence to justify that request such an argument was hopeless. Where an accused who had been convicted in his absence had an absolute right to have his conviction set aside on his return to a requesting state, he could not rely upon the Extradition Act 1989 s.6(2).

[2005] EWHC 135 (Admin)

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