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Extradition law: a practitioner’s guide
Edward Grange and Rebecca Niblock
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Second Edition |  August 2015  | 400pp
ISBN: Pb 978 1 908407 60 3

‘[This book] provides an excellent introduction to the law of extradition in England and Wales … It gives valuable practical advice on how the court works and what the judges expect. It covers the main arguments that can be raised against extradition. Even experienced lawyers will find they have something to learn, because the law is constantly developing.’ Senior District Judge Howard Riddle, Westminster Magistrates’ Court, from his foreword.

The Extradition Act 2003 is a complex piece of legislation and the law is constantly evolving.  Important decisions need to be made at the first hearing and while those with a background in criminal law will be familiar with some of the concepts, extradition law is a niche area which requires practitioners to have knowledge and understanding of the developing case law along with the distinct procedure and terminology used within extradition proceedings

Extradition law: a practitioner's guide provides a highly practical guide to extradition law for those representing requested persons. It is written with the duty solicitor in mind, but is essential reading for all solicitors and barristers acting in extradition proceedings, from the magistrates' court to the High Court.

Since the first edition of this book was published the Extradition Act 2003 has been substantially amended by the Crime and Courts Act 2013 and the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. Both a forum bar and proportionality bar have been introduced. Following the recommendation in the Sir Scott Baker review on extradition, a leave to appeal stage was finally brought into force. This book covers all of these amendments and more.

Contents include:

• Practical considerations
• Looking at the European Arrest Warrant
• Attending the client
• Bars to extradition
• Human rights
• The initial hearing in EAW cases
• Extradition requests from outside the European Union
• Preparing for the contested hearing
• The contested extradition hearing
• Appeals
• Ancillary matters

 The authors have extensive experience of defending individuals in extradition hearings and appeals. Extradition law: a practitioner's guidebalances a clear and thorough explanation of the law with practical tips on representing the client and preparing the case.  

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