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Supreme Court

We act in extradition appeal cases to the Supreme Court.

If your appeal at the High Court is unsuccessful, you may be able to appeal to the Supreme Court. 

In order to appeal to the Supreme Court you must first be granted permission to do so by the High Court. If the High Court refuses this application, permission to appeal may be made directly to the Supreme Court. 

In criminal cases, appeals to the Supreme Court are subject to special restrictions. These restrictions limit appeals to exceptional cases of general public importance.