Cimieri v Court of Agrigento (Italy)

Extradition – Extradition order. Even if the judge had admitted evidence which ought to have been admitted, he would have reached the same conclusion, namely, that there had been no reasonable grounds to believe that the decisions to charge and/or try had not been made. Accordingly, the Administrative Court dismissed the appellant's appeal against orders for his extradition to Italy and further held that his extradition would not be disproportionate.

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