ExtraditionExtradition offencesDouble criminalityWhether price-fixing without aggravating features a common law crime in United KingdomRestrictive trade practicesTransposition and substitutionLegal certaintyNo one to be punished under a law unless it is sufficiently clear and certainNo one to be punished for an act which was not clearly and ascertainably punishable when committedWhether “offence test” or “conduct test” of double criminality applying under Extradition Act 2003Public interestPassage of time as potential risk to fair trialInterference with European Convention on Human Rights Article 8 rights
Human rightsRight to freedom from interference with private and family lifeArticle 8 of European Convention on Human Rights, 1950Human Rights Act 1998Compatibility of extradition with human rightsSection 87 of Extradition Act 2003
Relationship of international law and municipal lawTreatiesEuropean Convention on Human Rights, 1950Human Rights Act 1998Extradition Act 2003Whether extradition compatible with Convention rightsThe law of England
Norrisv.Government of the United States of America and Others (No 1)footnote 1
( UKHL 16)
England, House of Lords.
12 March 2008
Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood and
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