Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process
2 PM EST
Tuesday, January 29th, 2019, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
American Bar Association
1050 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
5th Floor – John Marshall A Conference Room
Teleconference Option Available!
This program will discuss: (1) international police cooperation via INTERPOL’s channels: the mechanism and legal framework; (2) the principle of INTERPOL’s neutrality; (3) loopholes in INTERPOL’s rules that make the abuse of red notices possible; (4) member countries known for abusing INTERPOL; (5) the lack of transparency in INTERPOL’s disclosures; (6) why entrepreneurs become victims of INTERPOL abuse; (7) the rights of individuals on the international wanted list; (8) INTERPOL’s recent reforms and what else must be done to redress abuses.
Bruce Zagaris, Berliner, Corcoran & Lowe LLP, Washington D.C.
• Yuriy Nemets, Law Office of Yuriy L. Nemets, PLLC, Washington D.C.
• Michelle Estlund, Estlund Law, Coral Gables, FL
• Theodore R. Bromund, Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations, Margaret Thatcher, Center for Freedom, Washington D.C.
• Matthew Klecka, Partner, Ernst & Young, Washington D.C.
• Rebecca Shaeffer, Fair Trials International, Washington D.C.
Section of International Law
National Security Committee
ABA Criminal Justice Section
Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS)
Section of International Law International Anti-Money Laundering Committee