Extradition – Private and family life. The judge had conducted the required balancing exercise, had had proper regard to the delay and had been entitled to find that it would not be disproportionate to extradite the appellant. Accordingly, the Administrative Court dismissed the appellant's appeal against orders for his extradition to Hungary to serve a sentence of two years and ten months' imprisonment for handling stolen goods, namely 1,800 memory cards and second driving with a breath-alcohol level exceeding the relevant limit.