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The mother of a student who was facing extradition to America over breaking copyright laws has spoken of her relief that a deal has been struck with the US.
Richard O'Dwyer had created a website that authorities said linked to pirated films and TV programmes. Although he has paid a fine and agreed not to break any further laws to end the case, his mother Julia says he maintains he did nothing wrong.
The mother of a student from Derbyshire who paid US authorities £20,000 to avoid extradition to the US after being accused of illegally setting up a film sharing website has told ITV Central that they had a few 'scary hiccups' along the way.
A student who ran a website where users could stream pirated films has "avoided a conviction" after paying £20,000 to US authorities, his lawyer has said.
Richard O'Dwyer, from Chesterfield, ran the TVShack website hosting links to pirated films and TV programmes.
But after a court hearing in New York, the 24-year-old avoided extradition and conviction by signing a Deferred Prosecution Agreement.
As a result he paid £20,000 to the authorities, representing the profits he made from TVShack between December 2007 and November 2009.
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A student who created a website that helped people to watch films and TV shows for free has reached an agreement to avoid extradition to the US over copyright infringement allegations.
Richard O'Dwyer from Chesterfield was facing extradition after allegedly earning thousands of pounds through advertising on the TVShack website.
He's now reached an agreement that involves travelling to the US and paying compensation, but avoiding a trial. As part of their campaign he and his mother had petitioned Leicester East MP Keith Vaz, Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
The Conservative MP and lawyer Dominic Raab, has called Richard O'Dwyer's settlement a 'victory for British justice.'
He's campaigned for reform of Britain's extradition arrangements with the US.
– Dominic Raab, Conservative MP
"This is a victory for Richard and his family, a victory for British justice and, above all, a victory for common sense. Now we need to put in law a proper safeguard to prevent these arbitrary cases from happening again."
Liberty, the human rights campaign group have welcomed the proposed settlement of Richard O'Dwyer's case.
O'Dwyer, who is from Chesterfield, will voluntarily go to the US to pay compensation.
In light of this, Liberty have warned that there is still a need to reform extradition laws.
– Isabella Sankey, Liberty's director of policy
"Case after case shows that our extradition arrangements must be overhauled to allow people who have never left these shores to be dealt with here at home. We need urgent legislation to prevent their torment."
Richard O'Dwyer will travel to the US voluntarily to pay compensation.
The High Court heard today how the university graduate created a website that helped people to watch films and TV shows for free online.
He has agreed to avoid extradition to the US as going over voluntarily will leave him free of a trial and criminal record if found guilty.
O'Dwyer, who is from Chesterfield, could have faced jail if convicted of the allegations which were brought following a crackdown by the US authorities.
Edward Fitzgerald QC, for O'Dwyer, told the court he had agreed to a "deferred prosecution agreement" and intended to honour it.
This meant O'Dwyer's pending application to challenge US moves to extradite him were no longer necessary.
The university undergraduate Richard O'Dwyer has reached an agreement to avoid extradition to the US, the High Court has heard.
He's facing allegations of copyright infringement.
O'Dwyer created a website which helped people watch films and TV shows for free online.
Paul Cook has been confirmed as the new Chesterfield manager, signing a two-and-a-half-year contract.
Formerly at Accrington, the 45-year-old will be officially unveiled at a 1pm press conference tomorrow.
Chesterfield have been without a manager since 28th August, when manager John Sheridan was relieved of his duties.