extraditable

ex·tra·dit·a·ble

 (ĕk′strə-dī′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Subject to extradition: extraditable fugitives.
2. Making liable to extradition: an extraditable crime.

extraditable

(ˈɛkstrəˌdaɪtəbəl)
adj
1. (Law) (of a crime) rendering the offender liable to extradition: an extraditable offence.
2. (Law) (of a person) subject to extradition

ex•tra•dit•a•ble

(ˈɛk strəˌdaɪ tə bəl, ˌɛk strəˈdaɪ-)

adj.
1. liable or subject to extradition: an extraditable person.
2. capable of incurring extradition: an extraditable offense.
[1880–85]
Translations

extraditable

[ˈekstrədaɪtəbl] ADJsujeto a extradición

extraditable

adj offenceauslieferungsfähig; personauszuliefern pred, → auszuliefernd attr
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309, 311 (1922) ("[A]n offense is extraditable only if the acts charged are criminal by the laws of both countries.
A magistrate judge found Martinez to be extraditable under the terms of the treaty.
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As India and the United States had been co-signatories to an extradition treaty for over 45 years--making manslaughter an extraditable offense--extradition seemed the obvious route to the American accused.
The House of Lords in its second decision, as the first one which reversed HC judgment, was set aside due to the potential bias of one Law Lord, determined two issues: First, whether the charges against Pinochet were extraditable offences Second, was he entitled to immunity