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  • Italy and the U.S.- a comparative discussion of criminal law and preliminary investigations and defense participation in the two countries

    In the INTERPOL practice, it is often beneficial to engage co-counsel in the country where the Red Notice, diffusion, or other notice originated. Toward that end, I often consult with colleagues in other countries regarding our mutual practices and cases. As a member of the WORLDWIDE INDEPENDENT LAWYERS LEAGUE, I recently had the privilege of...

  • INTERPOL Red Notices and Dual Criminality

    The case of Carmelo Bruzzese provides an interesting example of why Red Notices do not always lead to arrest and extradition, even where the alleged crime is rather serious by most standards. The National Post reports here that Canadian police did not arrest Bruzzese, although they knew where he was living and that he was wanted...

  • Traveling as a Red Notice Subject- How INTERPOL works with member countries to apprehend fugitives

    Last week, Bassama Al Jandaly of gulfnews reported that an alleged Italian mafia head was detained in Duabai based on a Red Notice issued at the request of Italian authorities.  The suspect, Amadeo Matacena, is wanted in Italy for charges of colluding with the Italian mafia. All news reports on this case indicate that local authorities in...

  • INTERPOL’s Red Notices: Sometimes, It Ain’t Over Even When it’s Over

    For the next several posts, the focus of this blog will be on the issues raised and discussed in the 2011 Annual Report by the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (“CCF”), found here.  Every year, the CCF issues its report, focusing on INTERPOL’s accomplishments and challenges from the CCF’s vantage point.  This year,...

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