Many Red Notice subjects simply want to move forward with their lives when their names are removed from INTERPOL’s databases. That decision is understandable, given the vast amount of time, resources, and energy that are required to live through the events leading up to a Red Notice being issued and to actually challenge the Red
Challenging INTERPOL Red Notices: What if we lose?
Red Notice subjects who are considering challenging their Red Notices have frequently exhausted all of their other options. Their efforts to show investigating police officers that they are innocent have failed; they have been charged and improperly convicted despite mutliple law violations by government officials; and they have fled their countries due to a very…
An INTERPOL Red Notice may not be an arrest warrant, but it sure does feel like one
Discussions about INTERPOL’s Red Notices often include the fact that these notices are not actually arrest warrants. When INTERPOL’s member countries issue Red Notices for worldwide circulation, the notices are meant to act as alerts for other member countries when wanted individudals interact with their law enforcement officials.
Once alerted to that fact that…
For Lawyers: With INTERPOL, There’s Nothing Like the First Time
When challenging a Red Notice, a lawyer has to be cognizant of many issues, not the least of which is the client’s personal timetable. But the lawyer must ensure that the client’s need for speed does not overcome the more critical element of a complete and persuasive first submission for relief to INTERPOL.