Most probably is the best answer we can provide at this time. We expect that the U.K will follow countries, like Norway and Iceland, which although they are not a part of the E.U have created extradition treaties that are “more or less” the same as the European Arrest Warrant (EAW). The EAW is an E.U.-wide system that is designed to facilitate the extradition of people wanted for serious crimes. This simplified system is accepted as essential in avoiding elongated court battles whilst upholding principles of fairness and proportionalilty. That said there are proponents on both sides with some Brexit supporters arguing that leaving the EU and abandoning the EAW will make it easier to deport convicted European criminals. That may be the case but there is a balancing act here and there will be strong opposition to deporting criminals who are long-term residents of the U.K.whether we are still subject to the European Courts or not there may be human rights laws that limit this. At BD we have invited experts to contribute on legal matters and by posting your questions within the forum or by tweeting us we will do our best to get you the answers.