Grozavu v Romanian Judicial Authority

Extradition – European arrest warrant. As the four‑year sentence of imprisonment for which the appellant's extradition to Romania was sought was not the sentence which had been imposed for the only offence the judge had found to be particularised, namely, failing to provide a specimen, the European arrest warrant did not meet the identified requirements of s 2(6) of the Extradition Act 2003. Accordingly, the Administrative Court, in allowing the appellant's appeal against orders for his extradition to Romania, held that the warrant was invalid.

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