Hand over (a person accused or convicted of a crime) to the jurisdiction of the foreign state in which the crime was committed: Brazil refused to extradite him to Britain
More example sentences
- Now Mr Sutcliffe could be prosecuted in Canada, but would they go to the extent of extraditing a person accused of a relatively minor offence?
- Miss Dobbin submitted that the question for this court is whether, by reason of the passage of time, it would be unjust or oppressive to extradite the appellant.
- As a result of the information provided by Mr B, this inmate was extradited to South Australia to face a charge of murder.
Mid 19th century: back-formation from extradition.
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Line breaks: extra|dite
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