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Issuing judicial authority properly relied upon the tick-box procedure in European arrest warrant

By: James Cross BL

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High Court, in European Arrest Warrant proceedings, orders the surrender of the respondent to the UK for prosecution for two offences - conspiracy to commit fraud and acquisition/use/possession of criminal property - on the grounds that the Court was satisfied that the issuing judicial authority properly relied upon the tick-box procedure.

European arrest warrant – prosecutorial warrant – UK authorities seeking the surrender of the respondent for prosecution for two offences namely, conspiracy to commit fraud and acquisition/use/possession of criminal property - tick-box procedure – further information - respondent is the head of an organised crime group which fraudulently acquired the banking details of members of the public which were then used to make fraudulent purchases or sold on - satisfied that the tick-box procedure is properly relied upon by the issuing judicial authority – correspondence could be established – surrender ordered.

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