Hearings deal with the question of whether the US charges against Meng Wanzhou are also crimes in Canada.
Huawei Technologies executive said she has passed the time on bail in one of her comfortable homes in Vancouver.
Claims officials already knew she was facing charges in the US by the time she got off her flight from Hong Kong.
Defence has argued she was unlawfully detained at Vancouver’s airport at the direction of American authorities.
Alleges a “co-ordinated strategy” to have the RCMP delay the arrest, so that border officials could question her as a “routine immigration check.”
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Claims she was a victim of two abuses of power by Canadian arresting authorities and then by Trump.
US political interference looms large as a factor supporting her release.
Charges unsealed Monday accused Huawei of trying to take a piece of a robot and other technology from a T-Mobile lab.
McCallum listed several arguments the legal team representing Huawei’s CFO can make in her defence.
Says the treaty with Canada infringed on the “safety and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens.”
Court would have to judge their relevance in deciding whether to follow through on the US extradition request.
Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver on Saturday.