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Trajan Shipley
14th October 2021
Human Rights Justice & Litigation

AG Rantos Opinion on right to be heard before Executing EAW Authority gives supplementary consent

Advocate General Rantos delivered his Opinion today in Openbaar Ministerie (Droit d’être entendu par l’autorité judiciaire d’exécution) (joined cases C-428/21 PPU and C-429/21 PPU), advising the Court to rule that an arrested person pursuant to the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) Framework Decision has the right to be heard before the executing judicial authority gives its supplementary consent, and further clarifying how this right may be exercised.

The cases concern the modalities of application of the right to be heard of a person who has been surrendered to the judicial authorities of a Member State following the issuing of an EAW. The referring courts specifically enquire about how the right to be heard is applied in the contex


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