I have a EAW from Cyprus which I am about to appeal. This it being taken care of and I wanted to know it my present confiscation order would come first. I have served a default period for my confiscation and I am now paying interest off monthly, does the UK confiscation order take precedence over the EAW?
thank you for that, I had that feeling, I am appealing the EAW of human rights grounds, and a technicality of the actual EAW. The EAW is for me to attend trial no sentence has been imposed.
On the document there is three charges, but non of them have any real details, such as time and dates of the offence, any investigation that took place, or actually amounts of money, is this enough information on an EAW? The actual complaint / investigation and EAW was issued on the same day in cyprus.
The offence was carried out by another company and un-fortunately I was working for the company that they did not deliver to at the time and I am being called to court over it.
On the human rights I care for my sever disabled son and I am appealing on these grounds, would this be seen as extreme circumstances for the appeal to be upheld.
this is all over 24K, not a lot of money.
thanks for your help
would you mind commenting on what I ask in my last message. I asked two points