- Canadian Criminal Cases
- International Criminal Law
- Professional Misconduct
- Toronto Criminal Defence, International Crimes Office
If you are charged with a crime in another country, that country could appeal to the Canadian government to extradite – i.e., deport – you to that country to stand trial. Facing prosecution in a foreign country, with unfamiliar laws, can be a scary thing. However,...
No matter the alleged criminal offence, international extradition often relies on a complex, lengthy process to reach a conclusion. From the initiation of an extradition request to the extradition hearing, an individual must often struggle to protect their rights....
International extradition can quickly become a complex process based on the countries involved and types of crime law enforcement alleges. Canada maintains extradition treaties with numerous countries worldwide and it crucial that legal professionals maintain a...
Currently, numerous countries have extradition treaties in place such that an individual can be transported internationally to face investigation and criminal penalties. The extradition process can be complex and lengthy, however, requiring negotiations and extensive...
International extradition follows a complex process with numerous checks and balances built in. No matter the allegation, it is wise to have a thorough understanding of the process and any challenges that could potentially arise during any phase. In Canada, the...