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ex·tra·di·tion

 (ĕk′strə-dĭsh′ən)
n.
The surrender of an individual by one nation or state to another nation or state where that individual is sought for trial or punishment for the commission of a crime.

[French : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin trāditiō, trāditiōn-, a handing over; see tradition.]
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extradition

(ˌɛkstrəˈdɪʃən)
n
(Law) the surrender of an alleged offender or fugitive to the state in whose territory the alleged offence was committed
[C19: from French, from Latin trāditiō a handing over; see tradition]
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ex•tra•di•tion

(ˌɛk strəˈdɪʃ ən)

n.
the surrender of an alleged fugitive from justice or criminal by one state, nation, or authority to another.
[1830–40; < French; see ex-1, tradition]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.extradition - the surrender of an accused or convicted person by one state or country to another (usually under the provisions of a statute or treaty)
surrender - the delivery of a principal into lawful custody
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extradition

noun deportation, expulsion, banishment, expatriation A New York court turned down the British Government's request for his extradition.
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extradition

noun
Enforced removal from one's native country by official decree:
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Translations
تَسْليم مُجْرِم
udlevering
luovutus
kiadatás
framsal
extradícia
iade etme

extradition

[ˌekstrəˈdɪʃən]
A. Nextradición f
B. CPD extradition agreement Nacuerdo m de extradición
extradition warrant Norden f de extradición
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extradition

[ˌɛkstrəˈdɪʃən] nextradition fextra-marital extramarital [ˌɛkstrəˈmærɪtəl] adj [affair, relationship] → extraconjugal(e)extra-mural extramural [ˌɛkstrəˈmjʊərəl] adj [course] → hors faculté inv extra-mural departmentextra-mural department nentité f hors faculté
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extradition

nAuslieferung f

extradition

:
extradition order
n (= request)Auslieferungsantrag m
extradition treaty
nAuslieferungsvertrag m
extradition warrant
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extradition

[ˌɛkstrəˈdɪʃn] nestradizione f
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extradite

(ˈekstrədait) verb
to give (someone) up to the police of another country (for a crime committed there).
ˌextraˈdition (-ˈdi-) noun
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References in classic literature ?
But beyond Hong Kong, a simple warrant would be of no avail; an extradition warrant would be necessary, and that would result in delays and obstacles, of which the rascal would take advantage to elude justice.
The first was that by saving her he would win the gratitude of the English, and thus lessen the chance of his extradition should his identity and his crime against his superior officer be charged against him.
At a previous hearing in the Mallya case, Chief Magistrate Emma Louise Arbuthnot had also highlighted prison conditions as a concern that has been "raised in extraditions to India before".
It continued: "We would urge the Government to review this (UK extradition) treaty and to stop these horrendous extraditions.
"Here, Appellant was extradited, but the [Columbian] Ministry of the Interior and Justice clarified that it was just for actions performed after December 17, 1997, the date on which extraditions of Colombian citizens was [first] allowed.
They could also seek help from Scotland Yard's Extradition and International Assistance Unit which advises officers here on extraditions from other countries.
At the other end of the spectrum, a number of courts have held or recognized that the rule of specialty applies to extraditions where no treaty is available or invoked.
309 (1907), which set forth the principles of interpretation and international comity relevant to enforcing extradition treaties and the terms of specific extraditions.
THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) body established to help EU prosecutors and crime fighters pursue cross-border investigations has signed an agreement with the United States, maybe making it assist trans-Atlantic extraditions. In a potentially controversial move, given the uproar surrounding cases such as the Nat West Three extradition, Eurojust can now stage joint meetings with USA judicial authorities, "where data regarding cases under evaluation of charges are considered".
The SCJN decision is compatible with legislation approved by the Mexican Senate in April 2005, which facilitates "fast-track" extraditions. The measure eliminated the need for a foreign government to offer concrete proof along with its petition.
The case of the young man who killed his girlfriend, and disposed of her body in a suitcase in Taiwan, before fleeing back to his home in Hong Kong, has prompted the Hong Kong Security Bureau to propose an amendment to extradition law in Hong Kong, that would allow for arrangements with Taiwan.