extradite

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  • Since the treaty, our government has refused to extradite where the offense charged is not included in the treaty. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919, by Various
  • Swedish officials were brought in and Thai officials stated he would be extradited within the month.
  • If arrested abroad, he will be immediately extradited to Mexico.
  • Breitwieser spent two years in prison in Switzerland before being extradited to France.
  • Rumors began to surface that he had already been extradited to Egypt.
  • Since the alleged offense took place in Pennsylvania, he was extradited back to that state. Cited from Comstock Patent Medicine Business, by Robert B. Shaw
  • The British indicated that they would extradite him only after obtaining a promise that his punishment would not include death.
  • It is not clear whether he will be deported, held, or extradited.
  • In July he was arrested and extradited to face charges in the Netherlands.
  • Some of the members had been extradited to the United States from Canada and were supposed to be under federal protection.
  • He was extradited back to Los Angeles, California soon after.
  • No US citizen was extradited for an alleged crime while the person was based in the US.
  • Croatia, where he had taken refuge, refused to extradite him, but he was put on trial there.
  • He was later extradited to Hungary on condition that he not be executed.
  • California prison authorities found out where he was hiding and he was arrested and extradited back to California to serve out his life sentence.
  • Extradited to Chicago, he stood trial for murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • After a long legal battle, he was extradited to Italy in March 2001.
  • He spent several days in a Philadelphia jail and was later extradited to New York City.
  • He lived his final years in Hungary, with his family, despite Romanian efforts to have him extradited.
  • Initially the court agreed, but changed its mind when the Netherlands agreed to extradite Lehuby.
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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