News Litigation Law firms The Bar White & Case and Sumption lose Norris extradition battle By Margaret Taylor 24 February 2010 11:15 17 December 2015 09:35 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Rural bliss 24 February 2010 at 17:33 I don’t understand this. If the old Supreme Court (the House of Lords) had already thrown out the application how come they had a scond bite at the cherry? Reply Link rob 24 February 2010 at 18:17 because this is a extradition treaty signed by us but that the us refused to sign so in effect we have to give them our people but they don’t have to give us theirs an agreement made under this labour government yet another bit of our civil liberty and human rights destroyed by labour, and they want us to vote them back in !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply Link Anonymous 24 February 2010 at 22:37 Isn’t that what our legal system is all about – testing the system until the pips squeek? The press always misrepresents the real issues. Reply Link Anonymous 25 February 2010 at 07:09 The title of this article is misleading. It reads as if White & Case were involved in the substance of the matter. Reply Link Nicholas Whitsun-Jones 25 February 2010 at 10:14 The fault for this lies fairly and squarely with our pusillanimous Government which has no proper concept of the rule of law or justice and has failed to protect its own subjects. Let’s hope that this appalling situation is remedied speedily post May Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.