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Synonyms for extradition

Synonyms for extradition

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

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the surrender of an accused or convicted person by one state or country to another (usually under the provisions of a statute or treaty)

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All extradition outside of the European arrest warrant scheme is a diplomatic process, so this makes a UK request to Northern Cyprus unrealistic at this time.
Spokesman for the Tunis Court of Appeal Karim Chebbi said "the decision was made after examination of the Libyan authorities' extradition request, in compliance with an agreement concluded between Tunisia and Libya on the extradition of criminals.
Agreement between Kazakhstan and Bulgaria on extradition of persons was signed in Sofia on November 14, 2014.
But, New Zealand faces a dilemma in entertaining the Chinese request because there is no formal extradition treaty with China.
requiring extradition from or to areas of the United States not covered by the Northwest Shuttle (contact Judy
Senators in the US have said that the nation should seek the extradition of Swiss bankers.
Under the extradition treaty, the contracting state parties are compelled to extradite or surrender a wanted person so that he or she could face prosecution or imposition of criminal sentence.
Extradition is the transfer of someone accused of a crime from one country (or state) to another for prosecution or punishment.
Over the years, the famous and the infamous have been caught up in the legal process called extradition, which governs whether one country will turn over fugitives from justice to another country.
Lawyers representing former minister Dinos Michaelides, wanted by Greece in connection with money laundering, were on Tuesday arguing their appeal against his extradition before the Supreme Court.
Washington, July 24 ( ANI ): Russian government is reportedly pushing back US extradition requests for whistleblower Edward Snowden who has applied for temporary asylum in Russia.
6) Alvarez-Machain challenged jurisdiction, asserting that he was illegally before the California court, but the Supreme Court held that absent explicit language in the extradition treaty between Mexico and the United States withdrawing jurisdiction resulting from transborder kidnapping, circumventing an extradition treaty does not itself violate the treaty.
A DELHI court has given its nod to the extradition of an NRI fugitive, wanted in the US to stand trial for allegedly killing his wife and children in Michigan in October 2008.
AFORMER high-ranking Iranian diplomat has won a High Court battle in his attempt to avoid extradition to the US.
AN MP has called on the Moroccan authorities to speed up the extradition of Coventry murder suspect Anxiang Du.