Upon an information being laid before a justice of the peace that a person has been convicted of a corresponding offence1 in a country2 outside England and Wales, the justice may:
(1) issue a summons directed to that person requiring him to appear before a magistrates' court to answer to the information3; or
(2) issue a warrant to arrest that person and bring him before a magistrates' court4.
Where a person so appears or is so brought before a magistrates' court, the court, if satisfied that he is ordinarily resident in England and Wales, and has been convicted in the
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