The action of extraditing a person accused or convicted of a crime
they fought to prevent his extradition to the U.S
extraditions of drug suspects
the surrender of an accused or convicted person by one state or country to another (usually under the provisions of a statute or treaty)
(extradite) hand over to the authorities of another country; "They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there"
Extradition is the official process whereby one nation or state surrenders a suspected or convicted criminal. Between nation states, extradition is regulated by treaties. ...
a formal process by which a criminal suspect held by one government is handed over to another government for trial or, if the suspect has already been tried and found guilty, to serve his or her sentence
(extradite) To remove a person from one state to another by legal process
(Extradite) Term used when a government surrenders one of its citizens to the legal authority of another government.
The arrest and delivery of a fugitive wanted for a crime committed in another country, usually under the terms of a extradition treaty.
The process used when a person in one state or country has committed a crime in another state or country, and is to be taken into custody and sent for trial to the place where the offence allegedly occurred (verb: to extradite).
The process where a person is sent by a magistrate in one state or territory to another to be dealt with for a criminal offence.
A case filed, usually by the State Attorney's Office, in which another state wants this state to surrender a criminal for prosecution in the other state.
a clause in the Hittitie-Egypt Alliance in the rule of Ramesses II. It provided that persons of rank who attempted to flee their goverment to escape punishment would be returned.
The legal process used to return to Tennessee a defendant who has committed a crime here and fled to another state.
civil law. The act of sending, by authority of law, a person accused of a crime to a foreign jurisdiction where it was committed, in' order that he may be tried there. Merl. Rep. h. t.
To surrender an alleged criminal by one country/state/territory to another country/state/territory where the criminal activities allegedly took place.
a process whereby one state will surrender, at the request of another state, a person accused or convicted of a violation of the requesting state’s domestic law. In Canada, our government will not allow the extradition of any individual facing a death penalty in the requesting state.
Extradition is the return of a defendant to another state or county for prosecution. The defendant may bear the cost of the extradition.