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What is Extradition Law?

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« on: December 10, 2017, 05:15:47 am »

Extradition law is the body of law which surrounds situations in which fugitives are sent from one location to another by request. This term is often used in the sense of international extradition, as for example if someone was sent from the United States to Norway to face justice. However, extradition can also be an internal matter as a fugitive is transferred from one state or province to another.However, extradition law is very strict about the circumstances in which fugitives can be transferred. Every extradition request is evaluated as a standalone to determine whether or not the request should be granted, and a number of factors are weighed. Under extradition law, countries cannot be compelled to extradite prisoners, although they must consider extradition requests when they are submitted.




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