Members of Charter Chambers appear regularly in extradition hearings and appeals for both Requested Persons and Judicial Authorities.
Members act in relation to both Part 1 and Part 2 requests and for the full range of offences, including murder, robbery, drugs, sexual offences, large scale fraud and money laundering matters, thefts and driving related matters.
Members of Charter Chambers have acted in high profile matters, in a large number of reported appeal cases before the Administrative and Divisional Courts, have contributed to the first edition of one of the major extradition text books and have delivered lectures on extradition law. Members have a successful track record before the Courts.
Members of Chambers also have experience before the European Court of Human Rights.
- Biri v. Hungary  EWHC 50 (Admin)
- Swedish Judicial Authority v. Serwin  EWHC 3459 (Admin)
- Krok v. Poland  EWHC 1800 (Admin)
- Ats v. Hungary  EWHC 1497 (Admin)
- Ladislav Danco v. Czech Republic  EWHC 1300 (Admin)
- Krzystof Kowalski v. Poland  EWHC 1044 (Admin)
- Czucz v. Slovakia, 17 May 2017 – Divisional Court
- Besaran Hussain Zada v. Italy  EWHC 513 (Admin) – Divisional Court – Double Jeopardy
- Szatkowski v. Poland  EWHC 1547 (Admin)
- Lackova v. Slovakia (2016)
- Korpkiewicz v. Poland (2015)
- Gruszka v. Poland  EWHC 2564 (Admin)
- Rozanski v. Poland  EWHC 1470 (Admin)
- Miskinas v. Germany  EWHC 805 (Admin)
- Sienkiewicz v. Poland (unreported, judgment of 20 March 2015)
- Varanavicius v. Lithuania  EWHC 3637 (Admin)
- Starzomski v. Poland  EWHC 2673 (Admin)
- Albert Hines v. Government of Brazil – Habeas Corpus – Applicant committed for extradition by Horseferry Road Magistrates Court – whether unlawfully at large – delay (10 years) – alleged violation of Article 3 – potential bad faith