Nirav Modi's remand extended to July 25, demands laptop to view case documents
London's Westminster Magistrate's court Nirav Modi's remand extended to July 25, demands laptop to view case documents and read more...
London: The: London's Westminster Magistrate's court on Thursday extended the remand of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi's custody till July 25 in an extradition case. He is wanted in India in connection with the PNB fraud case. He is currently in a London prison and has approached the courts in the UK four times for bail. All his bail pleas were rejected.
Nirav Modi’s a lawyer has demanded that his laptop go back to his client so that he can get access to the case files. The first hearing of this extradition took place at the Westminster Magistrates' Court around or on 30th May with Judge Emma. The first case management hearing in his extradition case took place at on 30 May, when Judge Emma Arbuthnot directed the Indian government to confirm which prison, Mr Modi will be held in and in if I were to be extradited to India, setting a 14-day deadline for a confirmation of the prison plans in India.
The console project presenting seems like that of the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Recently, Nirav Modi lodged in the Wandsworth prison which is located in West London and had been approached by the Royal Courts of Justice for the fourth time for his bail. When Nirav Modi applied a plea for bail, the judge, rejected his plea.