Extradition Treaty Law and Procedure – Part 36

Effect of Serving a Sentence in the United States on an Unrelated Offense

Unless the country requesting extradition has legislation permitting an extraditee to serve a sentence imposed upon him by the United States within that country, extradition proceedings may have to be deferred until the individual completes his incarceration within the United States.

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