[2006] EWHC 2615 (Admin)

A judge had been wrong to hold that the extradition of an individual, who had been convicted in his absence, would involve a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights 1950 Art.5(1)(c) and Art.5(3) , since these provisions ceased to apply at the moment of conviction by a competent court, and at that point Art.5(1)(a) applied.

DC (Maurice Kay LJ, Bean J)

25/10/2006

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