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Extradition From United States:Operation In Practice

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This chapter informs attorneys faced with questions concerning international extradition from the United States of the manner in which an extradition case flows through the Executive and Judicial Branches from the initial request for extradition to the surrender of the requested person or the denial of the request. Previous chapters address those aspects of the process of extradition from the United States governed by statute and treaty, this Chapter places such matters in perspective in relation to their practical impact on the processing of a request made by a foreign country to the United States, and describes in detail those aspects of extradition from the United States not regulated by statute or treaty. For example, the release on bail of persons apprehended for extradition; the review of decisions of extradition magistrates; and handling of extradition cases by the Department of State subsequent to the entry of judicial findings of extraditability.

Keywords: extradition magistrate's bail decision; international extradition; U.S. Department of Justice; United States extradition treaty; United States statute



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