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 What does it mean to waive extradition?

Answer When an accused person waives extradition, it means he is admitting to be the person named on an arrest warrant and is agreeing to be transported to the jurisdiction where the warrant is outstandin... Read More »
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Does the U.S. have an extradition agreement with Mexico?

Yes, the United States and Mexico have a thorough extradition treaty. Both governments have agreed to extradite criminals to their respective countries. Extradition can also be granted for persons ... Read More »
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Does nc have an extradition law with KY over child support?

As these generally occur when the amount owed is greater than $5000, this comes under federal law, as at this point it becomes a felony, so any state cannot stop extradition.
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What is the meaning of an extradition warrant?

The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure allow arrests in any state even for crimes committed in another state. A fugitive may challenge extradition, but courts in the so-called asylum state rarely ... Read More »
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What is the extradition laws for the state of Florida?

All US states and territories honor each other's requests for extradition - there are no 'safe-haven' states - it is impossible to know with certainty whether a particular state will choose to ext... Read More »
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