Bringing International Fugitives To Justice

Author: David A. Sadoff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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The book introduces redefined terms and new concepts to add precision to the discourse; sets forth comprehensive typologies, including of extradition arrangements and impediments; and provides a mapping to account for the full range of ...

United States Mexico Law Journal

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FUGITIVE APPREHENSION AND RETURN AND OBTAINING EVIDENCE
ABROAD DAVID P. WARNER* In an effort to begin to bring balance to what can
be a perceived as an emphasis on extradition as a primary, if not exclusive,
remedy to secure fugitives' apprehensions and returns, this comment identifies
other legitimate alternatives to bring fugitives, such as white-collar criminals, to
justice.1 Because obtaining evidence abroad often plays a determinative role
once transnational ...

Unafei Newsletter

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THE PRINCIPLE OF NON-EXTRADITION FOR NATIONALS The United Nations
Model Treaty on Extradition, Article 4 (a), enables a requested state to refuse
extradition of its nationals, but includes a "prosecution in lieu" alternative as an ...
The exception of non-extradition for nationals jeopardises international efforts to
fight transnational organised crime. ... (v) The principle of aut dedere aut judicare
(extradite or prosecute) should be implemented to bring fugitive offenders to
justice.

International And Comparative Law Review

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If an asylum state is unable or unwilling to extradite international terrorists to the
United States, there are still several alternatives to the formal extradition process.
... Directive-39 ("PDD-39"), articulating policy and guidelines for bringing
international terrorists to justice.126 PDD-39 appears to establish a hierarchy of
modes of rendition.127 121 See Ethan Nadelmann, The Evolution of United
States Involvement in the International Rendition of Fugitive Criminals, 25
N.Y.U. J. INT'LL.

The Indian Journal Of International Law

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identify more drugs, abuse of which was dangerous to human society, and to
bring them under the control of the international legal regime. Subsequently, the
... But somehow the author misses to mention that where there is lack of
jurisdiction to prosecute, extradition remains open for bringing the fugitive to
justice. In case the ... Promoting humanitarian considerations, the Protocol
provides for the rehabilitation measures for drug abusers as an alternative or in
addition to punishment.

Eichmann In Jerusalem

Author: Hannah Arendt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101007167
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And the indictment quite properly carried in an appendix the official interpretation
of the Law of 1950 by Pinhas Rosen, then Minister of Justice, which could not be
clearer and less equivocal: “While other peoples passed suitable legislation for
the punishment of the Nazis and their collaborators soon after the end of the war,
and some even before it was over, the Jewish people ... had no political authority
to bring the Nazi criminals and their collaborators to justice until the
establishment ...

The Yale Journal Of International Law

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Increasingly, though, the Chinese government — desperate to bring to justice
corrupt high-level officials who have fled to the United States, Canada, Australia,
and Western Europe — has been motivated to pursue extradition treaties with
developed nations. Human rights concerns make extradition with China
problematic for many developed states, however. States often refuse to extradite
individuals in their custody until they can be certain that the receiving country will
not abuse ...

Computer Network Attack And International Law

Author: Michael N. Schmitt
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It is therefore not surprising that law enforcement officials have often turned to
alternative forms of rendition in their efforts to bring alleged offenders to a forum
for prosecution. Alternatives to Extradition One alternative to extradition that has
been employed with some frequency in Europe is “hot pursuit.”" This approach
allows the police authorities of one State to cross the borders of a neighboring
State in hot pursuit of a fleeing fugitive, and it is consistent with the policy of
internal open ...

Terrorism And America

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
Publisher: Government Printing Office
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A final difficulty inherent in the extradition of terrorists is the restriction many
countries place on the extradition of their nationals. Several of our extradition
treaties require, or at least permit, the country from which extradition is sought to
deny an extradition request when the fugitive is a citizen of that country. To the
extent foreign nationals commit terrorist crimes against the United States and
then seek refuge in such countries, our efforts to bring such fugitives to justice
can be frustrated.