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What Is extradition Law?

A:  extradition law is the body of law which surrounds situations in which fugitives are sent from one location to another by request. This term is often used in the sense of international extradition, as for example if someone was sent from the United States to Norway to face justice. However, extradition can also be an internal matter as a fugitive is transferred from one state or province to another. Historically, there were no requirements for international extradition. Someone could evade justice by moving to a different country and the original nation would have no legal recourse, except to hope that the fugitive crossed its borders again. In the 1800s, however, nations began making...

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Doesn't Switzerland have a non-extradition law? How can Roman Polanski be arrested because of an act he committed in the United States?

A:  They do have extradition laws. If he is wanted in California, the State request an extradition order and it is examined by the Federal Office of Justice. These matters are covered by the Federal Act on International Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters (IMAA, SR 351.1) The sources linked below go into enough detail for a complete answer. The sites are well written and relatively easy to understand ( for legal matters )...

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Does Texas Have extradition laws?

A:  Texas is not a country; it is part of the United States and as such, abides the extradition laws of the U.S. Within the U.S., a criminal cannot flee to another state and hope for sanctuary. Within the country, s/he will be arrested and returned to the appropropriate jurisdiction for prosecution....

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What Is The State Of Florida''s extradition Law?

A:  The State of Florida will honor the extradition laws of all other states. The state will issue an extradition warrant, the fugitive will be arrested and delivered to the state where he/she is sought....

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extradition laws from from florida to california for owing $ 350.00 to cash advance establishment,

A:  Cash advance establishments in California are not allowed to charge you criminally for the postdated check you bounced, and even if they could, it almost certainly would not result in your extradition....

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Does north carolina have an extradition law?

A:  All states within the United States have the right to extradite one wanted for a criminal offense in a particular state if that individual is apprehended in another, usually for another offense or under a fugitive warrant, and is mandated by the Constitution, under the The extradition of Fugitives Clause, Article 4, Section 2, Clause 2. extradition for one found in another country who might be wanted in North Carolina, however, is a federal matter. I hope this clarifies the matter. Thank you for using Webanswers as your source™....

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What are the bankruptcy laws in missouri?

A:  This site seems to have a fairly thorough overview. http://www.bankruptcylawyersmissouri.com/bankruptcy-laws.cfm...

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Does New York Have extradition laws?

A:  New York is part of the U. S. Law enforcement in any state works with all other states to capture fugitive criminals to their respective states for prosecution....

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Interivew tomorrow (08/06) workers compensation law in missouri

A:  way to much to answer here this is missouri''s website for employers http://www.dolir.mo.gov/wc/faq.htm there is a section on workers comp along with numerous other issues that have an effect on employers at this site. http://www.dolir.mo.gov/businesses.htm#wc i assume you are being interviewed for an HR position or is it just a safety position. different aspects of responsibility. after reading through this info you can e-mail me if i can be of assistance i gladly will. this is a really good handbook from the department it is in PDF and you can print a copy for reference. http://www.dolir.mo.gov/wc/forms/WC-119-AI.pdf...

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Question about Irish extradition laws?

A:  probably not since the US can''t extradite someone in another country. they can ask for the Irish to, though. you mean the Irish government to extradite you if you were to flee from the U.S? cause i dont think you fully understand what extradite means If there is extradition treaty between U.S.A. and Ireland, yes but in the example you gave, it is Ireland that will extradite you if U.S.A. requests for it. They certainly could extradite someone from Ireland who was charged with a crime in the US. Ireland & the US are sufficiently friendly to cooperate fully when it comes to getting crooks & criminals out of Ireland and into a US courtroom for trial, or prison if already convicted. And vice versa -- the US would gladly do the same for the Irish!...