extradite (someone) from (some place)

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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.
See also: extradite
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We can't expect to extradite someone from here and not expect them to do the same for our citizen."
The case of Mr Lodhi, who is understood to be on bail at an address in Chelsea, south west London, marked the first time the Emirates, one of Britain's most important trading partners in the Middle East, has attempted to extradite someone from Britain.