Traczyk v Polish Judicial Authority

Extradition – Human rights. A district judge had made a clear error of fact in finding that the appellant was not the primary carer for his minor son and that his partner was currently able to work. Further it was not justifiable to extradite the appellant to Poland for a crude fraud in relation to £75, which had been committed 12 years ago, when the appellant had come lawfully to the UK, where he had lived an open, virtuous and good life for ten years, living with a partner and a son, both of whom were heavily dependent on him. Accordingly, the Administrative Court allowed the appellant's appeal against an extradition order made against him.

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