WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM SUBJECT TO A RED NOTICE OR DIFFUSION?

ABOUT US

An information hub on Interpol Red Notices providing up-to-date news and resources. As leading Interpol Red Notice lawyers, we provide accessible and in-depth information about how Interpol Red notices operate and the mechanisms available to individuals for removing notices and personal data from the Interpol database. It written by legal experts examining human rights and international law issues relating to Interpol. It is edited by human rights lawyers Roger Sahota, Rhys Davies, and Ben Keith.

EDITORS

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ROGER SAHOTA

BERKELEY SQUARE SOLICITORS

The first solicitor to conduct a war crimes trial in the Hague, Roger Sahota is one of London’s leading criminal lawyers, with an internationally recognised reputation for taking on challenging and difficult cases, and a track record of delivering successful outcomes. He has acted for and advised in several head of state prosecutions and his practice encompasses international and domestic criminal law. As well as appearing before the international criminal tribunals Roger has extensive experience of extradition defence, challenging red notices and advising on mutual assistance requests. 

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RHYS DAVIES

TEMPLE GARDEN CHAMBERS

Rhys Davies is an award-winning barrister and is a specialises in International Criminal law and International Human Rights law. He is an expert on Interpol and the red notice system.  Rhys has extensive experience of advising clients detained at the behest of repressive regimes. He is a co-author of the influential report “Undue Influence: The UAE and Interpol”. He is based in London and the Hague and is ranked in the legal 500 as a leading lawyer in International Crime. Rhys was named International Pro Bono Barrister of the Year in 2021.

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BEN KEITH

5 ST ANDREW'S HILL CHAMBERS

Ben Keith is an award-winning barrister specialising in International Criminal law and International Human Rights law. He is an expert on Interpol and the red notice system and subsequent extradition and asylum proceeding. He advises clients based all around the world on these issues. He is a co-author of the influential report “Undue Influence: The UAE and Interpol”. He is based in London and Brussels and is ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners as a leading lawyer in International Crime and extradition. Ben was named International Pro Bono Barrister of the Year in 2021.

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