Whether You Are Fighting or Waiving Extradition, My Experience as a Defense Attorney Can Protect You Through the Process
Extradition is the process used to take a client from the State or Country they are in, and force them to go back to a State or Country where they are charged with a crime. Howard Bailey has represented numerous clients in Interstate and International extradition proceedings, protecting the client’s rights and ensuring that the client understands the benefits of waiving or fighting the extraditing proceedings.
If you are facing extradition call Criminal Defense Attorney Howard W. Bailey at 973-982-1200 for a free consultation to discuss your options for preventing extradition, and to protect your rights.
How Extradition Law Can Impact You
Interstate Extradition occurs when a client is in one State, and is being returned to face criminal charges in another State. Since all activity occurs within the United States, your criminal rights apply in both the extradition proceedings and the criminal prosecution. The primary issue you need to decide is whether you should fight the extradition or waive the process, and voluntarily go back to face the criminal charges.
International Extradition occurs when a client is in one country, and is being returned to face criminal charges in another country. If you are extradited from the United States back to another country, the criminal procedures of that other country will control the process you will face in the courts of that country. The primary issue you need to decide, is whether there is a benefit to you in waiving or in fighting the proceeding.
Experienced New Jersey Extradition Attorney
In an Interstate Extradition, the procedures are governed by the laws of the two States. In an International Extradition, the procedures are governed by the laws of the two countries and whether there is an Treaty between the two countries that covers the extraditing process. Before deciding whether to waive extradition or fight the process, discuss what grounds can be argued to prevent the granting of extradition if you fight it, with an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
If you are facing extradition, contact Mr. Bailey at 973-982-1200 to discuss what your options are. Mr. Bailey has represented clients in both interstate and international proceedings in the NJ State and Federal Courts.