extradite

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  • He would not be extradited to the United States for over three years.
  • He agreed to appear before the court to avoid being extradited from Ohio.
  • Therefore, Canada may not extradite people to countries where they may face torture.
  • He was missing for four months before being caught and extradited to the United States.
  • He was quickly extradited to the United States where he stood trial eight months after his arrest.
  • He was arrested in Canada and plans were made to extradite him.
  • It has today become an important concept in public international law by which states refuse to extradite their own citizens.
  • He should have been extradited to Poland for trial, but managed to escape later that same year.
  • He was quickly extradited to the United States, where he stood trial eight months after his arrest.
  • China claimed that he would not be executed if extradited from Canada.
  • However, this third attempt to extradite her also failed.
  • He would later be extradited, but died in 1855 before he could stand trial.
  • He was later arrested and extradited to Azerbaijan where he spent six years in prison.
  • He lost an appeal against a ruling that he should be extradited to Britain.
  • He was eventually captured on a business trip to France, and extradited back to Italy.
  • Ireland has taken no action to extradite the men back to Colombia.
  • Chidambaram said they would continue to try to get the man extradited.
  • He could not be extradited from Holland as his activities were legal under Dutch law.
  • Thirty-eight members of the division were extradited to Yugoslavia to face trial following the war.
  • No charge is being laid and China has not agreed to extradite him, although asked to by the Australian government.
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Meaning of extradite

  • verb Hand over to the authorities of another country
    They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there