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1. English Language Learners Definition of Extradite law : to send (a person who has been accused of a crime) to another state or country for trial See the full definition for Extradite in the English Language …
2. Extradite synonyms, Extradite pronunciation, Extradite translation, English dictionary definition of Extradite
3. / ˈek.strə.daɪt / to make someone return for trial to another country or state where they have been accused of doing something illegal: He will be Extradited to Arizona from Florida.
4. Ron DeSantis, an ally of Trump's, might refuse to Extradite the former president if he is criminally charged in New York.
5. Find 11 ways to say Extradite, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
6. Note that many countries will not Extradite anyone for political crimes or will not Extradite an individual to a country that imposes capital punishment.
7. Extradite - hand over to the authorities of another country; "They Extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there" deport , deliver expel , kick out , throw out - force to leave or move out; "He was expelled from his native country"
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8. Most states will not demand extradition for misdemeanors, but they must Extradite for felonies under the Constitution
9. For example, a state will likely not Extradite you for a disorderly conduct charge, but will for a rape charge.
10. Extradite: 1 v hand over to the authorities of another country “They Extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there” Synonyms: deliver , deport Types: repatriate send someone back to his homeland against his will, as of refugees Type of: expel , kick out , …
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11. Examples of Extradite in a sentence
12. Because so many countries wanted to prosecute the woman, it was difficult to decide where to Extradite her
13. Some countries will not Extradite people who face capital punishment
14. See authoritative translations of Extradite in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
15. ‘It is believed that Norfolk is the first Trading Standards Department to Extradite a convicted criminal from abroad.’ ‘The only countries whose policy is not to Extradite refused asylum seekers are Greece and Italy.’ ‘None of the hundreds of other people charged in absentia with similar crimes has ever been Extradited to East Timor.’
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16. If someone is Extradited, they are officially sent back to their own or another country to be tried for a crime that they have been accused of
17. He was Extradited to Britain from the Irish Republic to face charges
18. American English: Extradite / ˈɛkstrədaɪt /
19. What does Extradite mean? Extradite is defined as to send a person back to the country where he or she committed a crime
20. Extradite From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Extradite • It is under no obligation to Extradite the two suspects. • It has since begun …
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21. It is believed that Norfolk is the first Trading Standards Department to Extradite a convicted criminal from abroad. However, various international instruments impose an obligation on States to Extradite suspects accused of certain crimes if requested.
22. The British government attempted to Extradite the suspects from Belgium
23. The courts have refused to Extradite the suspects from Spain
24. Oxford Collocations Dictionary Extradite is used with these nouns as the object: suspect; See full entry.
25. Extradite (someone) from (some place) To force someone who has committed a crime in another state or country to return there in order to be prosecuted
26. He committed the crime in Italy, so we need to Extradite him from the US
27. See also: Extradite Extradite (someone) from (some place) to (some place) To force someone who has committed a crime in another
28. Definition and synonyms of Extradite from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
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29. This is the British English definition of Extradite.View American English definition of Extradite.
30. 17 hours ago · Assistant US Attorney John J Lulejian, in his submission before a federal US court in Los Angeles, said Rana, 59, meets all the criteria to be Extradited to India for his trial in the Mumbai terrorist attack
31. If the applicable treaty or convention does not obligate the United States to Extradite its citizens to a foreign country, the Secretary of State may, nevertheless, order the surrender to that country of a United States citizen whose extradition has been requested by that country if the other requirements of that treaty or convention are met.
32. 17 hours ago · The Biden administration has urged a federal court to certify India's request to Extradite Pakistani-origin Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana, who is …
33. While most states will Extradite a fugitive for either misdemeanor or felony offenses, Florida, Hawaii, and Alaska the exceptions as they refuse to Extradite fugitives for misdemeanor convictions due to the high costs of extradition
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34. Generally, if a federal crime has been committed then the fugitive can be Extradited from one state to another.
35. 19 hours ago · Biden admn urges US court to certify India's request to Extradite Tahawwur Rana; Biden admn urges US court to certify India’s request to Extradite Tahawwur Rana As per the India-US Extradition Treaty, the Indian government has requested the formal extradition of Rana, and the United States has initiated this extradition proceeding.
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37. Some countries refuse to Extradite to the U.S
38. If there is a chance the death penalty will be imposed; Most countries will not Extradite if the offense is considered a political crime or for other reasons stipulated in the extradition treaty such as military offenses, like desertion
39. However, the person will be Extradited to the country only if the alleged criminal conduct is accepted by both the countries, Canada and the country itself
40. The police Extradite the murderer from the island state: 11
41. On Monday Switzerland refused to Extradite director Roman Polanski to California for sentencing on a -year-old sex crime because of potential technical faults in the US request for extradition: 12
42. The police arranged to Extradite the jewel thief from the island state: 13.
43. 10 hours ago · The Biden administration has urged a federal court in Los Angeles to certify India's request to Extradite fugitive Pakistani-origin Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana, sought for …
44. Parents of Murdered US Teen Beg Biden to Push Jordan to Extradite Killer
45. An extradition warrant from the governor is necessary to Extradite a fugitive
46. Extradite: To give up or deliver (a fugitive, for example) to the legal jurisdiction of another government or authority.
47. Another word for Extradite: deport, exile, hand over, expel, banish Collins English Thesaurus
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48. After being arrested in Morocco last October, the alleged "mastermind" behind torrent tracker DanishBits has been Extradited to Denmark.
49. A British judge has rejected a US request to Extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to America, ruling that such a move would be "oppressive" by reason of his mental health.
50. The Edinburg Police Department Extradited a man from Florida wanted on a sexual abuse charge in Edinburg
51. Christopher Marroquin, 22, was Extradited to Edinburg on Monday to face one count of
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