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Red Notice (bench warrant in the U.S.)

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  • Red Notice (bench warrant in the U.S.)

    To whom it may concern,

    Can a non-U.S. citizen accused of committing a state crime in the U.S. (bench warrant against him in the U.S.) be extradited to the U.S. by a country other than his or her own country? Let\'s say that person is from a country like China and Japan that forbids extraditing its citizens and that he or she was arrested in the U.S. (charged with burglary first and ABHAN but didn\'t kill, didn\'t rape or steal), then spent some time in a U.S. jail, bonded out, had his or her charges dismissed owing to \"failure to prosecute\" after which he or she returned free (no deportation) to his or her home country (state member of the E.U.) but was then Grand Jury indicted by U.S. state court (while still free in his or her home country); that person goes on a business trip in a country other than his or hers and other than the U.S. or Canada; can the U.S. extradite him or her from that country (which is not his or hers)? (even though he or she would never be prosecuted in his or her own country for what he or she did in the U.S.)

    Woul burglary first and ABHAN sufficient grounds to put someone on Interpol Red Notice?
    Thank you for helping me on this tricky law question.

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    re: Red Notice (bench warrant in the U.S.)

    If the country he is in allows it yes--and some will allow it depending on what the crime is etc.


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