An official request to extradite speedboat killer Jack Shepherd from Georgia has been submitted by UK authorities.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has said he thought of marrying his victim Charlotte Brown in a claim branded by her father as a cynical ploy.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd will not face a fast-tracked extradition from Georgia, a judge has ruled.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd will remain in custody in Georgia for three months ahead of extradition proceedings after telling a court he was “suicidally depressed”.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd will remain in custody in Georgia for three months ahead of extradition proceedings which he intends to contest, a court has heard.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has appeared in court in Georgia after spending months on the run after being convicted of manslaughter in his absence.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd’s claim that his victim’s father wielded “leverage” to force charges to be brought against him has been rebutted by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd may fight the extradition process, his lawyer has confirmed, despite handing himself in to police in Georgia.
Efforts to “swiftly” extradite fugitive Jack Shepherd are under way after he finally handed himself in to police in Georgia.
The family of the woman killed on a speedboat date have said they are overwhelmed with emotion after the fugitive convicted over her death was arrested in Georgia.