Volle v Public Prosecutor's Office, Kempten, Germany

Extradition – Extradition order. The appellant appealed against orders for his extradition to Germany to face trial for six offences of fraud, allegedly committed in 2007. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the appeal, held that the evidence had not led to a conclusion that the judicial authority's delay had been culpable and the judge had been entitled to conclude that extradition would not be oppressive. Further, there was no discernible error of law in the judge's finding that the appellant's extradition would not constitute a disproportionate interference with his and his family's right to family life, in particular, as a European Supervision Order was not available.

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