rendition warrant

Definition of "rendition warrant"
  1. An order given by an authority, like a governor, within a specific jurisdiction, such as a state, to transfer a person who has fled, in order to face legal proceedings in another jurisdiction that has asked for the transfer
How to use "rendition warrant" in a sentence
  1. The governor issued a rendition warrant for the fugitive hiding in another state.
  2. To ensure the criminal is returned for trial, a rendition warrant will be needed.
  3. In order to extradite the accused, the official had to issue a rendition warrant.

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