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Old 07-17-2014, 12:54 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by HKS PWR View Post
So what are the repercussions for her if/when she returns to Canada after the statue of limitations runs out? If there are none, I would rather her stay in Canada and let us prosecute/convict her, send her back to Australia with a criminal record and never allow her back into Canada. It's a small price to pay to send a message to people abroad that you can't commit a crime in Canada and then fuck off back to your country.

And we don't have a statute of limitations per-say, but if we did that applies to being charged, not caught. To get away with it you have to go X amount of time without being charged for it, not X amount of time without being caught.

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Australia considers a person is extraditable if the country requesting the extradition considers the crime an extraditable offense
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Old 07-17-2014, 02:26 PM   #27
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This made my head hurt.
lol sorry it makes my head hurt too

if a Country that Australia has a treaty with (Canada, etc.) considers an offense to meet their own threshold for extradition, then Australia will also consider that offense extraditable. Even if that offense would normally not meet Australias own requirements for extradition (granted there are political/human rights exceptions)
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