Regina v Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte Gilmore and Ogun: Admn 6 Jun 1997

An ‘offence under the Act’ does not include a conspiracy to commit that offence for purposes of extradition proceedings. The court rejected an argument that the effect of the Act of 1989 was to free the Treaty from the constraints imposed by the schedule to the Act of 1870.


Times 04-Jul-1997, [1997] EWHC Admin 530, [1999] QB 611




Extradition Act 1870, Extradition Act 1989 Sch 2


England and Wales

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CitedRegina v Bow Street Magistrates ex parte Government of the United States of America; In re Allison HL 2-Sep-1999
A person within an organisation who was authorised to access some data on a computer system at a particular level, could exceed his authority by accessing data at a level outside that authority. The unauthorised access offence under the 1990 Act was . .
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Updated: 26 May 2022; Ref: scu.137475