Jeremy Forrest, 30, a teacher at Bishop Bell CofE School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, was arrested in Bordeaux in France on September 28 last year following the issuing of a European arrest warrant.
What does EAW stand for?
EAW stands for European Arrest Warrant (also seen as EUAW)
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- Electrically Aimable Warhead
- Electronic and Acoustic Warfare
- Empire at War (Star Wars video game)
- Employment At Will
- Energy Adaptive Window (algorithms)
- Environment Agency Wales (UK)
- Environmental Assessment Worksheet (Minnesota)
- Environmentally A-Ware
- Etch Rate Across the Wafer
- European Air War (flight simulation)
- European Association of Will Writers
- Exercise and Wellness
- Expeditionary Air Wing
- Ellsworth Amateur Wireless Association (Maine)
- Europe, Africa and West Asia (Bearing Business Group; Colmar, France)
- Eigenössische Anstalt für Wasserversorgung, Abwasserreinigung und Gewässerschutz (Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology / ETH)
- Everage Auction & Wholesale Company (Happy, KY)
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures
- Engineering Applications and Water Division Structure
- Endangered Animals Who Enjoy Communism (gaming, World of Warcraft)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 27-year-old suspect was arrested in Greece earlier this month on a European arrest warrant and extradited to Cyprus.
Tues, Sept 25: CCTV images of Megan and Forrest on ferry released by Sussex police and detectives are granted European Arrest Warrant but this is not made public.
But Paisley-born Mitchell, who lives in Canterbury, Kent, was re-arrested on March 6 on a European arrest warrant His MP, Tory Julian Brazier, called for a debate on the warrant and attacked the previous hearings in Portugal.
Moreover, the European Arrest Warrant scheme to which Mr Cole refers has been hugely successful in securing the return from exile and prosecution of fugitive Welsh rapist Trevor Masters and London bomber Hussain Osman.
The Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA European Union of 13 July 2002 on the European arrest warrant and surrender procedures between Member States has emerged as a consequence of the events of November 11, 2001 in New York, invoking in this sense the need for a European arrest warrant covering a scope identical to that of extradition, which it replaces, referring to both the stage before sentencing in a criminal trial and the one after delivery" (14).