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MM, Criminal Lawyers Association (Ontario) (intervening) and British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (intervening) v United States, ex parte Minister of Justice (on behalf of the United States), Final appeal, ILDC 2588 (CA 2015), [2015] 3 SCR 973, 2015 SCC 62, 11th December 2015, Canada; Supreme Court [SCC]

MM, Criminal Lawyers Association (Ontario) (intervening) and British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (intervening) v United States, ex parte Minister of Justice (on behalf of the United States), Final appeal, ILDC 2588 (CA 2015), [2015] 3 SCR 973, 2015 SCC 62, 11th December 2015, Canada; Supreme Court [SCC]

Whether, in deciding to extradite, the authorities of a requested state were required to take a defence into account which was available in that state but which was not available in the requesting state.

Whether the Convention on the Rights of the Child required that the authorities of a requested state consider the best interests of a child impacted by an extradition.

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