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Article 8 extradition success for Lansbury Worthington

Our team have been successful in securing the discharge of a 73-year old woman to Poland. She was discharged under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.   Right to private and family life Article 8 provides that everyone has a right...

Wife's interests lead to rejection of Czech extradition request

Wife’s interests lead to rejection of Czech extradition request for £175,000 fraud On 21 February 2020, DJ Radway discharged our client from a European arrest warrant seeking his return for 24 instances of fraud or attempted fraud in the Czech...

Extradition victory for Lansbury Worthington Solicitors - The paramount importance of a child's best interests

Our team have been successful in resisting the extradition of a 53-year-old man to Hungary. The EAW was accusatory in nature and sought surrender for offences concerning the allegations of fraud (approximately £85,000). Children’s right to...

Solicitor - A Brand That You Can Trust

A solicitor is there to help advise you on the law, to guide you through difficult times, explain, advise and represent you. But who tells us what to do and ensures that you receive a proper service? The Solicitors Regulation Authority The SRA regulate...

Disabled Woman's Extradition To Poland Refused: Oppressive And Unjust

A wheelchair-bound woman represented by the Extradition Team at Lansbury Worthington successfully resisted her extradition to Poland, with the Westminster Magistrates’ Court’s finding that it would be oppressive, unjust and disproportionate...

Dowry Law 'Blackmail' Extradition Request Rejected: No Dual Criminality

A request by the Indian Government for the extradition of a man, represented by the Lansbury Worthington's Extradition Team led by Giovanna Fiorention , for an alleged offence of blackmail has been rejected. The conduct related to alleged dowry law...