extradition definition

  • noun:
    • Legal surrender of a fugitive to the jurisdiction of some other state, country, or federal government for test.
    • an official procedure through which a criminal suspect held by one government is handed over to another government for trial or, if the suspect had been tried and discovered bad, to provide their sentence
    • The surrender or distribution of an alleged criminal by one State or sovereignty to some other having jurisdiction to test fee.
    • distribution by one condition or nation to a different, particularly of fugitives from justice.
    • The projection, within the work of perception, of a sensation to a distance through the human body.
    • the surrender of an accused or found guilty person by one state or country to a different (usually in conditions of a statute or treaty)
    • appropriate surrender of a fugitive toward jurisdiction of some other state, nation, or federal government for test.
    • a formal process where a criminal suspect held by one federal government is handed over to some other government for test or, if the suspect was already tried and found responsible, to offer his or her sentence
    • The surrender or distribution of an alleged criminal by one condition or sovereignty to a different having jurisdiction to test charge.
    • Delivery by one state or nation to a different, especially of fugitives from justice.
    • The projection, when you look at the act of perception, of a sensation to a distance from the human body.
    • the surrender of an accused or found guilty person by one condition or nation to another (usually underneath the conditions of a statute or treaty)
  • others:
    • Same as extradite (which see).
    • Same as extradite (which see).

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