Extradition [noun]

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Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, on Monday won his battle against extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States.

That would be welcome news for Michael Taylor and his son Peter, who have languished in a county jail near Boston since May, awaiting their extradition to Japan where they are indicted for helping to mastermind Ghosn’s epic flight from Japan.

Nessel said her office intends to work with local law enforcement if needed to secure the appearance of each defendant in Michigan, although it’s too early to say if formal extradition will be needed or if the two will voluntarily present themselves.

The decline accelerated last year when Hong Kong’s government pushed a bill that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China.

Her attempt last year to pass a bill that would have allowed extraditions to the mainland prompted months of pro-democracy protests, and she’s defended Beijing’s legal right to bypass Hong Kong’s legislature and implement the security law.

Many were "wanted" in Mexico for minor offenses, for which the extradition treaty did not provide.

They welcomed them to their cities, and resented the attempts of Pope and king to secure their extradition.

It made it the duty of the executive to order extradition in a proper case and took away the discretion.

It gave the courts jurisdiction to determine whether a case was made out for extradition.

A prima facie case was made out and an order sent for his extradition.