Adamek v Judicial Authority of Poland

Extradition – Private and family life. The judge had erred in having put out of account the issue of delay because he had concluded that it had been neither excessive nor culpable and that conclusion vitiated the overall conclusion he had reached in relation to ordering extradition. Accordingly, the Administrative Court allowed the appellant's appeal against orders for his extradition to Poland to serve an activated suspended sentence of two years' imprisonment for street robbery committed in 2004.

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