New York, NY asked in Constitutional Law for New York

Q: Three courts including Supreme Court declared that I'm fully right, but refused to charge my defendant (Poland)


I am correct in all of my statements made in the statement of claim and read out during all three hearings and in oral arguments. Sentencing in the US courts is rejected due to the "principle of comity between states". At the same time, the courts mention the fact of my arrest in the United States in 2015 and in France in 2019 following the demands of Poland for my extradition and also take into account that both courts refused Poland, including for the reasons that the criminal case against me was completely fabricated (falsified), and also the judicial system of Poland does not correspond to the principles of democracy either in Europe or in the USA. Etc.

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Steven Warren Smollens
Steven Warren Smollens
  • New York, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Because Poland is a Sovereign. "...Poland did not implicitly waive its sovereign immunity..."

Daniel Michael Luisi agrees with this answer

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