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In 2005, Kim Dotcom (a German national), founded the business “Megaupload”. This business enabled users to upload files for storage in the cloud by...
INTERPOL recently adopted new measures in relation to its information processing mechanisms relating in particular to Red Notices. The Statute of the...
Gherson were contacted by an EU national who is now resident in New Zealand. During an immigration application there it came to light that an...
A London-based former trader, who faced 380 years in jail after being extradited to the US, has pleaded guilty to fraud charges as part of a supposed...
The news of Meng Hongwei's election as President of INTERPOL has been greeted with concern from human rights organisations. For the past 12 years...
On 12 October 2016 the High Court overturned an extradition order where the requesting state had taken no steps to locate the accused individual for...
The High Court of Justiciary Appeal Court ruled last week that there were substantial grounds for believing that the extradition of Zain Dean to...
It is understood that Chen Wenhua is accused of embezzling more than 20 million yuan ($3 million) in public funds between 2009 and 2012. Chen was...
On 16 September 2016 District Judge Nina Tempia at Westminster Magistrates' Court ruled that Lauri Love should be extradited to the USA to face...
Colnbrook immigration removal centre ("CIRC"), located next to Heathrow Airport in West London, has faced high levels of criticism since it first...
Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights protects the right to respect for an individuals private and family life. Extraditing an...
The latest judgment in the ongoing litigation around Detained Asylum Cases (DAC) has been handed down in the matter of R (Hossain and Ors) v...

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