Issuing of arrest warrants by two different judicial authorities does not amount to abuse of process

By: Katie Mai McCarthy BL

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High Court orders the surrender of the respondent to the Republic of Romania pursuant to a European arrest warrant, on the grounds, inter alia, that the issuing of two warrants by two different judicial authorities does not amount to an abuse of process.

European Arrest Warrant - (EAW) - surrender to the Republic of Romania - EAW seeks the surrender of the respondent in order to enforce a sentence of 2 years and 10 months imprisonment - Respondent objected to surrender on the basis of abuse of process - delay - section 37 of the European Arrest Warrant Act 2003 - double jeopardy - breach of fundamental rights - unfounded - surrender ordered.

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