Advocate General Evgeni Tanchev held that the execution of an EAW had to be postponed if the competent judicial authority found that there was a real risk of a "flagrant denial of justice" on account of any deficiencies in the system of justice of the issuing Member State.
However, there would also have to be clear evidence that the person being extradited was exposed to such a risk.
They now spend their time between Limerick and Poznan, more time in Poland actually.
How many Polish women in Ireland who are single and dating age? If there are 200,000 Poles in Ireland, even with Polsh leaving Ireland many are still there.
However she said the Irish people were very warm and welcoming.
She was in the countryside but got to go to a few cities like Dublin and Cork.
There are scores of Polish girls in Ireland like this.
The Advocate General found that any limitations to the principle of mutual trust between member states in executing an EAW had to be interpreted strictly.
The right to a fair trial could be subject to limitations, so long as those limitations respected the essence of that right.
As such, the executing judicial authority was required to postpone the execution of an arrest warrant only if there was a real risk of breach of the essence of the right to a fair trial.
Furthermore, it was up to the national court processing the warrant to decide whether Mr Celmer, named in court documents as LM, had demonstrated in what way the deficiencies in the Polish system of justice, assuming that they were proven, would prevent his case from being heard by an independent and impartial tribunal.
The decision by Ms Justice Donnelly to refer the EAW to the Luxembourg court triggered strong criticism from the Polish authorities.