Extradition – Appeal. The Divisional Court held that the exhaustive or closed definition of when there was a further possibility of appeal against conviction in England and Wales in s 214(2) of the Extradition Act 2003 did not include any form of appeal from, or challenge to, a conviction in a magistrates' court. Accordingly, the charge against the appellant had been disposed of by his conviction, notwithstanding his pending appeal to the Crown Court.