extradition

BSQ Instructed in Another Indian Extradition Challenge

BSQ partner Roger J Sahota has been instructed in another challenge to an extradition request brought by the Government of India

This follows on from a successful BSQ defence application for an extradition request to be discharged in the recent case of Angurala.

Extradition requests from the GOI are now attracting keen media interest in India, particularly with the Westminster Magistrates Court due to pass judgement on the GOI request made in the case of Vijay Mallya on December 10 2018.

Further details can be found here.

Roger Sahota is an expert in international criminal law and defending extradition cases. If you require advice in relation to an extradition request please call our London office.

CPS Decline to Appeal BSQ Indian Extradition Success

The CPS acting on behalf of the Government of India (GOI) have declined to appeal the decision of the Chief Magistrate to reject the GOI's request to extradite two individuals in an important fraud case. Both clients were represented by BSQ partner Roger Sahota.

Details of the original decision can be found here. 

Indian extradition cases are rare and the decision is a notable victory for our private crime team. 

Roger Sahota is an acknowledged expert in international criminal law. Counsel instructed was Ben Keith of 5 St Andrews Hill and Ben Cooper of Doughty Street Chambers.

If you require representation in relation to a pending business extradition case contact our London offices.