extradition warrant

Definition of "extradition warrant"
  1. A legal document that gives permission for the handover of a person accused or convicted of a crime to be transferred to a different jurisdiction for trial or punishment
How to use "extradition warrant" in a sentence
  1. The extradition warrant was issued to bring the suspect back to the state where the crime was committed.
  2. A judge will consider the validity of the extradition warrant before deciding to transfer the individual.
  3. The defense will challenge the extradition warrant as a way to avoid moving their client to another state.

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