AiExtraditionAi is the formal surrender of a person by a State to another State for prosecution or punishment. The U.S. has extradition treaties with over a hundred nations, although there are many countries with which it has no extradition treaty. International terrorism and drug trafficking have made extradition an increasingly important law enforcement tool. Contents of this report: (1) Intro.; (2) Bars to Extradition; (3) Constitutionality; (4) Procedure for Extradition from the U.S.: Arrest and Bail; Hearing; Review; Surrender; (5) Extradition for Trial or Punishment in the U.S.; (6) Alternatives to Extradition; Waiver. Append.: Countries with Which the U.S. Has a Bilateral Extradition Treaty, and those with Which the U.S. Has No Bilateral Extradition Treaty.2006). 150 United States v. Valencia-Trujillo, 573 F.3d 1171, 1179-1181 (11th Cir . 2009) (recognizing that a[t]herule of specialty ... Immigration Procedures The removal of aliens under immigration law has Congressional Research Service 31 anbsp;...
|Title||:||Extradition to and from the United States|
|Author||:||Michael John Garcia|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-10|