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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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The consequences of extraditing Snowden back to the U.S.
Quite apart from the fact that this Government has no interest extraditing those guilty of terrorism offences in Northern Ireland ( whom it would then have to go all the trouble of immediately releasing ( this situation reveals something profoundly annoying about Americans.
"Courts should accord deferential consideration to the limitations imposed by an extraditing nation in [a reciprocal] effort to protect United States citizens in prosecutions abroad.
"In sum, courts should temper their discretion in sentencing an extradited defendant with deference to the substantive assurances made by the United States to an extraditing nation.
"In Argentina, Trump told Erdogan they were working on extraditing (Fethullah) Gulen and other people," Mevlut Cavusoglu said, referring to the G20 summit where the leaders met two weeks ago.
Trump said last month he was not considering extraditing the preacher as part of efforts to ease Turkish pressure on Saudi Arabia over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.
He said had Iran not had any hope about extraditing Khavari, the fugitive banker would have been tried in absentia by then.
The Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights condemned last week the possibility of extraditing the three Libyans, arguing that they will not receive fair trials and their lives may be put at risk.
"We warn the British government against extraditing Sheikh Abu Qatada to Jordan," where he faces terror charges, said the statement which called on London to "act with reason and wisdom...
The Clinton administration created a critical precedent in this respect by arresting and extraditing Eliziphan Ntakirutimana, an elderly Rwandan pastor accused of participating in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Carr said he is yet to receive a complete denial from US authorities that they are not interested in extraditing the Australian.
He said had Iran not have any hope about extraditing Khavari, the fugitive banker would have been tried in absentia by now.