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Extradition is the official process by which one nation or
state requests and obtains from another nation or state the
surrender of a suspected or convicted person.
We have been defending clients in extradition proceedings
for the past twenty years. Many of them were granted leave
to remain and with some of our clients we have worked for
months, if not years, to resolve their cases.
If the prosecuting authorities initiate extradition
proceedings against an individual, they assume that the
target has committed a crime and belongs behind bars. Worst
case scenario is that the individual suffers a real-time
nightmare, starting with an immediate arrest.
We are defence attorneys and we know that it can be the most
difficult and stressful of situations for an individual to
find themselves in if they are prosecuted and possibly
arrested. If you find yourself caught up in extradition
proceedings you will need an attorney who is up to speed
with the latest legislation and who has the relevant
We have defended clients against practically every kind of
criminal prosecution and against extradition proceedings
initiated by numerous countries. This process started twenty
years ago, when applications filed by other nations for
extradition from Germany were a rarity compared with the
number we see today. Since then we have been closely
following developments in the legal system. We investigate
every detail of each individual case to achieve the level of
success we aspire to. We will do everything in our power to
get the best possible result for you.
Events do indeed repeat themselves: in 2008 we were once
again successful in ensuring the rejection of extradition
proceedings filed in Peru (ref. law reports on “Peru”
Appellate Court Cologne), in proceedings initiated by UNMIK
on behalf of Kosovo our client was granted bail within two
weeks. On occasion it’s necessary to travel some distance
and not always to the nicest of places, yet negotiations
also bring success. Of the numerous extradition applications
filed in Poland, the cases we defended in 2008 were often
rejected in their early stages by the chief public
If you are worried about extradition proceedings you have
two options: ignore your fears and wait to see what happens.
Or take steps now and rectify the situation. An attorney who
is experienced in handling extradition proceedings can
achieve many things, even before a warrant of arrest has
been issued or enforced. It’s possible to steer the right
course in a timely manner and in full control.
If you contact us, we shall investigate all possible
remedies to avoid arrest and extradition.