Goman v District Court in Lublin, Poland

Extradition – Extradition order. The appellant's extradition to Poland was ordered to serve a sentence of eight months' imprisonment for theft committed in April 2002. She had served 122 days on curfew in the United Kingdom. The Administrative Court, in allowing the appeal, held that the instant case was one in which extradition would be disproportionate, given the delay and that fact that the appellant had served a period of time on curfew which merited some allowance in the proportionality judgment.

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