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That the destination country of drug trafficker intended to be deported has lower penalties is not relevant. Citations: Times 10-Jul-1996 Statutes: Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 Jurisdiction: England and Wales Criminal Sentencing Updated: 23 July 2022; Ref: scu.88232
The defendant appealed against a forfeiture order, saying that it had been made under the 1990 Act which had been repealed. Held: The wrong naming of the section did not invalidate the decision. Judges: Lord Bingham of Cornhill LCJ, Dyson J Citations:  EWHC Admin 332 Statutes: Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990, Drug Trafficking … Continue reading Regina v Dover Magistrates’ Court ex parte Webb: Admn 18 Mar 1998
The rule which prevented use of material under the Act applied only to prevent its use in criminal proceedings for purposes other than for the stated purpose when the request had been made. There is no bar on statements being used in civil proceedings. An action was brought against the defendants for misfeasance. In parallel … Continue reading Frederick Edward Barlow; David William Barlow v BOC Limited and Edwards High Vacuum International Limited: CA 8 Jun 2001
Citations:  EWHC Admin 844 Links: Bailii Statutes: Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 4(1)(a) Criminal Practice, International Updated: 26 May 2022; Ref: scu.137789
The appellant sought leave to appeal to the House of Lords. They certified three questions, as to whether the word ‘evidence’ in the 1990 Act has the same or a wider meaning than in the 1975 Act, whether making an illicit contribution to a political party was a political offence within the 1959 convention, and … Continue reading Regina v Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte Finninvest SPA: Admn 25 Oct 1996
The defendant had been convicted of involvement in a substantial VAT fraud, and made subject to a confiscation order. He was made subject to a confiscation order in respect of the amounts lost to the fraud where he was involved, but argued that the court had made each of 16 defendants liable for the full … Continue reading May, Regina v: HL 14 May 2008
The obtaining of an order to obtain evidence in support of a writ of habeas corpus application is a criminal matter. The Court of Appeal has no civil jurisdiction. Extradition proceedings, as well as proceedings ancillary or incidental to those . .
Attempts were being made by the Federal Government of Nigeria to recover moneys alleged to have been taken fraudulently from the state. They sought assistance from the UK, and the claimants sought details of that request. The statute provided that . .