Farleys Solicitors’ Serious Crime team can provide detailed legal advice on UK extradition law, and will use all the resources at their disposal to ensure you are fully aware of your legal rights.
Extradition is the process by which a person charged with a serious fraud or crime in one country (Country A) is transferred to another country (Country B) for trial. Extradition is an extremely complex process fraught with individual difficulties.
If you have been threatened with extradition as a result of allegations of serious fraud or business crime, the best thing you can do is contact a solicitor with the necessary skills and experience to ensure your rights are protected. Our Serious Crime solicitors will be able to quickly and clearly explain:
- The complex and confusing elements of the extradition procedure
- Where you stand with regard to UK extradition law
They will also be happy to provide advice and legal support during any dealings your may have with the police or prosecuting authorities.