Interpol has increasingly played a significant role in combating transnational crime and upholding global security. As a consequence, the demand for Interpol lawyers has grown exponentially in recent years.
We have significant expertise dealing with INTERPOL Red Notices, leading clients through the process of contesting them and dealing with the consequences.
These highly specialized legal professionals possess an extensive understanding of both international law and criminal justice, enabling them to navigate the complex landscape that Interpol operates within. They bridge the gap between different jurisdictions, supporting member countries’ law enforcement agencies as they work collaboratively to apprehend criminals and maintain law and order. Interpol lawyers also play a crucial role in safeguarding human rights by ensuring adherence to legal processes and principles such as the presumption of innocence and the right to a fair trial. This important function contributes to the legitimization of Interpol’s endeavors and helps to maintain the organization’s credibility on a global scale.
Red Notices are issued when a country seeks the location and arrest of wanted persons in order to extradite them. As a result, an INTERPOL Red Notice can severely restrict a person’s mobility, travel, and economic opportunities. It can have a negative impact on a person’s reputation and lead to the closure of bank accounts.
While certain Red Notices are displayed on the INTERPOL website, many people are unaware that one has been issued. A Red Notice may result in arrest regardless of whether a bilateral extradition agreement exists. Even if an extradition request is denied, a Red Notice is likely to stay in effect.
Interpol Law Firm, as a highly renowned and prestigious legal practice in the international domain, is known for its capacity to deliver exceptional legal advice and services for clients across various jurisdictions. Their team of skilled and highly experienced legal practitioners works in unison to effectively address complex, multifaceted legal issues the clients may face while maneuvering the diverse international legal landscape. Committed to upholding the highest standards of professionalism and confidentiality, Interpol Law Firm exhibits an unwavering dedication to safeguarding its clients’ interests, delivering tailored legal solutions in a meticulous and innovative manner. By forging strong relationships with clients and legal professionals alike, Interpol Law Firm has certainly cultivated a reputation for excellence, setting them apart in the global arena.
Interpol-Stop specializes in INTERPOL concerns and has comprehensive knowledge of the organization. Our Managing Partners of previously worked as counsel for the INTERPOL General Secretariat Office of Legal Affairs, giving us a unique insight into INTERPOL’s internal procedures and decision-making process. Our attorneys are licensed in numerous countries, including Spain, France, and New York, and can work in a variety of languages. This, in conjunction with our international legal network, enables us to successfully represent clients from all over the world, even those whose case includes multiple countries.
The business has had recurrent success in removing Red Notices as well as other INTERPOL tools. We have represented various high-profile clients worldwide, including politically exposed individuals. We constantly collaborate with local attorneys and authorities to ensure that we have all the necessary information and can advise on local steps that will enhance our client’s case in the event that a Red Notice is issued.
Red Notices issued by INTERPOL can be deleted for a variety of reasons by submitting a request to the Commission of the Control of Files (“CCF”), typically on the grounds that they violate INTERPOL’s Constitution and Regulations on the Processing of Data. Numerous Red Alerts are not published on the website of INTERPOL. There are around 58,000 INTERPOL Red Notices, however, only 7,000 are released to the public.
The Refugee Policy of INTERPOL prohibits the processing of Red Notices against refugees if (1) the status of the asylum-seeker has been confirmed, (2) the notice was requested by the country where the individual fears persecution, and (3) the granting of refugee status is not based on political grounds.
Despite being a refugee, eliminating INTERPOL’s Red Notices is a difficult procedure that requires cautious management to prevent the disclosure of sensitive information.
INTERPOL is obligated to remove any information pertaining to the Requesting Party in accordance with Article 3’s prohibition on participation in political activities and the Guidelines for the Processing of Data.
Under Article 2 of its Constitution, INTERPOL’s aims are:
(1) To ensure and promote the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal police authorities within the limits of the laws existing in the different countries and in the spirit of the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”
There are so a variety of human rights problems that can result in the removal of a Red Notice, including: