Information about individuals facing international extraditions:
What is Extradition?Extradition is where one country asks for assistance of another country in capturing, arresting and transferring of a person facing criminal charges in the first country but who is located at the second country. Extradition process is based on treaties or diplomatic relations between the two countries.
EXTRADITION TO UNITED STATES:Individuals facing extradition to United States should speak with an international criminal lawyer. The lawyer could assist by consulting with the client and their foreign attorneys who are fighting the extradition for the client in the foreign country. In such representations an international criminal lawyer could negotiate an acceptable bond or voluntary surrender in place of authorities enforcing the extradition.
EXTRADITION FROM UNITED STATES:Individuals facing extradition from United States for potential pending criminal charges in another foreign country should consult with an international criminal lawyer. Such representation involves communications and negotiations with the Department of Justice in relation to the extradition terms and conditions, negotiations as to potential extradition bond, and representation of clients at extradition hearings.