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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. He committed the crime in Italy, so we need to extradite him from the US.
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extradite (someone) from (some place) to (some place)

To force someone who has committed a crime in another state or country to return there in order to be prosecuted. We will extradite him from the US to Italy since he committed the crime there.
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extradite (someone) to (some place)

To force someone who has committed a crime in another state or country to return there in order to be prosecuted. We will extradite him to Italy since he committed the crime there.
See also: extradite

extradite

someone from some place (to some place); to have someone sent from some place to face criminal prosecution. The state's attorney sought to extradite Max from Missouri. The gang leader was extradited from Indiana to New York to face assault charges.
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Lawyer: India's request to extradite British national politically motivated; skipped proper procedures
"Valentine did not address what a nation may do under the relevant treaty language, but rather which governmental actors within the United States government are empowered (or not) to use their discretion to extradite U.S.
Shortly after his arrest Human Rights Watch called on Egypt to not extradite Qaddaf al-Dam unless "Libya credibly guarantees that it has ended the risk of torture or ill-treatment in detention".
"Some countries, and Morocco may be included, do this unofficially and rarely extradite their own subjects."
If the US wants to extradite a person from the UK, little, if any, evidence of the allegations is required.
"The prosecutor-general has decided to keep Mahmoudi in prison after receiving a request to extradite him to Libya," his lawyer, Mabrouk Korchid, told Reuters.
Countries are happy to extradite Indian citizens back to India.
If a Polish court decides to extradite him, the justice minister's agreement is still required," he told Polish radio.
The Moroccan authorities had issued a request to extradite the three Moroccans.
(17) Additionally, nations may extradite outside of an existing treaty by expressly waiving the treaty's formalities.
The Strasbourg court said yesterday that it had asked Britain not to extradite Abu Hamza until it had given "due consideration to the matter".
He was bailed to return to the same court on August 12, when a decision will be taken over whether to extradite him to Greece.
The Peruvian government lodged a protest Thursday against the rejection by the Chilean Supreme Court of a call to extradite former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, who is under house arrest, local media reported.
Saudi Arabia had asked Iraq to extradite both hijackers, but former President Saddam Hussein's government refused, reported Reuters.
Mohammad Khatami says Iran has deported many Al Qaeda suspects but will not extradite any to the US despite requests to do so.