Extradition is the process of removing a person from one country to be surrendered back to the country where the alleged person has been accused of committing a crime.
This process is often against the alleged person’s will and used for the purpose of criminal prosecution.
Treaties have been set in place by Canada and foreign countries to govern the extradition process. Before a person’s extradition, they are legally allowed an extradition hearing and bail.
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