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The law of interstate rendition, erroneously referred to as interstate extradition a treatise on the arrest and surrender of fugitives from the justice of one state to another; the removal of federal prisoners from one district to another; and the exemption of persons from service of civil process; with an appendix of the statutes of the states and territories on fugitives from justice by James Alexander Scott

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Published by S. Hight in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Extradition.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesInterstate rendition.
Statementby James A. Scott ...
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 534 p.
Number of Pages534
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24154278M
LC Control Number17020646
OCLC/WorldCa2183940

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  The Law of Interstate Rendition: Erroneously Referred to as Interstate Extradition; A Treatise on the Arrest and Surrender of Fugitives from the Justice of One State to Another; The Removal of Federal Prisoners from One District to Another; And the Exempt. Full text of "The Law of Interstate Rendition: Erroneously Referred to as Interstate " See other formats.   The Law of Interstate Rendition, Erroneously Referred to As Interstate Extradition International Extradition Compared to Interstate “Rendition” Technically the term extradition applies to a process of returning a fugitive from one country to another. This process is governed by treaty agreements between the two countries. Leslie W. Abramson, “Extradition in America: Of Uniform Acts and Governmental Discretion,” Baylor Law Review, (); John J. Murphy, “Revising Domestic Extradition Law,” University of Pennsylvania Law Review (April ); James A. Scott, The Law of Interstate Rendition Erroneously Referred to as Interstate Extradition: A.

Rendition means to surrender or handing over of a person or property, particularly from one jurisdiction to another. Interstate rendition clause refers to a clause in the U.S. Constitution that provides for the extradition of a criminal back to the state where s/he has committed a crime. The Law of Interstate Rendition: Erroneously Referred to as Interstate Extradition; A Treatise on the Arrest and Surrender of Fugitives from the Justice of One State to Another; The Removal of Federal Prisoners from One District to Another; And the Exempt (Paperback) - Common [By (author) James Alexander Scott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 2 John Bassett Moore, A Treatise on Extradition and Interstate Rendition () John J Murphy, Revising Domestic Extradition Law, U. Pa. L. Rev. () JAMES A. SCOTT, THE LAW OF. United States will be referred to as “the states of the United States.” Interstate rendition, the formal surrender of a person by one of the states of the United States to another, is also sometimes referred to as extradition, but is beyond the scope of this report.