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INTERPOL “wanted” alerts: using them as evidence and making them go away

INTERPOL “wanted” alerts: using them as evidence and making them go away

This post discusses issues arising for asylum practitioners from INTERPOL “wanted person” notices. The key points are (i) you can find out, possibly quite quickly, if there is such a notice in place, which in the affirmative may help to ...

Alex Tinsley is a barrister at Church Court Chambers, practising in criminal, asylum and extradition law. He was formerly Head of EU Office at Fair Trials. He is a member of the Human Rights Committee of the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA); a co-author of the ECBA Handbook “How to Defend a European Arrest Warrant case”; and a member of the editorial board of the New Journal of European Criminal Law. He was the 2011 Sir Peter Bristow Scholar at the Court of Justice of the EU. This post is written in a personal capacity.

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