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R (Norris) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2006] EWCA Crim 280

The continued designation of the US within Art 3 of the Extradition Act 2003 (Designation of Part 2 Territories) Order 2003 was not unlawful or irrational.

24 March 2006

N applied for judicial review of the continued designation of the US within Art 3 of the Extradition Act 2003 (Designation of Part 2 Territories) Order 2003 and the consequent applicability of s 84(7) of the Extradition Act 2003 to the extradition proceedings brought against him. N, a UK citizen, had been charged in the US with conspiring to suppress and eliminate competition by fixing the prices of certain carbon products to be sold in the US, and with related offences. N argued that there was a contradiction between the US’s designation and the express terms of Art IX of the Treaty on Extradition between the Government of the US and the Government of the UK and Northern Ireland 1972, which embodied an agreement that extradition between the two states should not proceed without sufficient evidence to show a case to answer; that until the Treaty on Extradition between the Government of the US and the Government of the UK and Northern Ireland 2003 was ratified, the right of UK citi...

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