The Law of Extradition and Mutual Assistance by Clive NichollsThe Law of Extradition and Mutual Assistance by Clive Nicholls

The Law of Extradition and Mutual Assistance

byClive Nicholls, Clare Montgomery, Julian B. Knowles

Hardcover | March 27, 2013

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The Law of Extradition and Mutual Assistance is a leading work in this complex and growing area of law. It provides a comprehensive and analytical treatment of the laws covering the extradition arrangements between the UK and other states, as well as international mutual assistance. Since the publication of the second edition, there has been extensive case law, including a number of important House of Lords decisions and decisions of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, as well as a number of amendments to the Extradition Act 2003. The thirdedition has been extensively revised to provide detailed and practical coverage of these changes, and offers a detailed treatment and practical guidance to the new provisions. Written by an expert author team, the book also includes analysis of developments at an international level.
Clive Nicholls QC is Head of Chambers at 3 Raymond Buildings and specializes in extradition, human rights, mutual assistance, money laundering, and confiscation of assets cases. He has appeared in many of the leading extradition cases in England, including over 15 in the House of Lords and Privy Council. Clare Montgomery QC is a barris...
Title:The Law of Extradition and Mutual AssistanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:900 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0 inPublished:March 27, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780199692811

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Table of Contents

Part I: Extradition1. Introduction and Overview2. Liability to Extradition; Extradition Offences3. Categorization of Territories; Territorial Scope of the Extradition Act 20034. Initial Stages of the Extradition Process5. The Extradition Hearing in Category 1 Cases6. The Extradition Hearing in Category 2 Cases7. Extradition and Human Rights8. The Role of the Secretary of State; Deferral of Extradition9. Appeals10. Time for Extradition11. Consent to Extradition; Withdrawals of Claims for Extradition12. Return to the United Kingdom13. Police Powers in Extradition Cases14. Post-surrender Matters15. The European Arrest Warrant16. Extradition to International Criminal TribunalsPart II: Mutual Assistance17. Introduction to International Cooperation in Criminal Matters18. UK Requests to Foreign States for Assistance19. Requests by Foreign States to the UK for Assistance in Providing Evidence20. Cross-border Surveillance21. International Information Systems and Mutual Legal Assistance Institutions22. Mutual Assistance in the Service of Process23. Mutual Recognition of Driving Disqualifications within the European Union24. Transfer of Prisoners to and from the UK for the Purpose of Giving Evidence and Assisting Investigations25. Mutual Legal Assistance in Relation to Confiscation and ForfeitureExtradition AppendicesAppendix E1: The Extradition Act 1870Appendix E2: Extradition Act 1989Appendix E3: Extradition Act 2003Appendix E4: European Arrest Warrant (EAW) Framework DecisionAppendix E5: United Kingdom-United States Extradition Treaty 2003Appendix E6: Extradition Act 2003 (Multiple Offences) OrderAppendix E7: Category 1 and2 territories; Territories designated for the purposes of the EA 2003Mutual Assistance AppendicesAppendix M1: Crime (International Co-operation) Act 2003Appendix M2: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (External Requests and Orders) Order 2005Appendix M3: Mutual Legal Assistance Guidelines for the United Kingdom (4th edn, Home Office, November 2006)