A Treatise on Extradition and Interstate Rendition: With Appendices Containing the Treaties and Statutes Relating to Extradition; the Treaties Relating to Desertion of Seamen; and the Statutes and Rules of Practice, and Forms, in Force in the Serveral States and Territories, Relating to Interstate Rendition, Volum 1

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Boston book Company, 1891 - 1556 sider
"With appendices containing the treaties and statutes relating to extradition ; the treaties relating to the desertion of seamen ; and the statutes, rules of practice, and forms, in force in the several states and territories, relating to interstate rendition."--T.p.
 

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Innhold

EXTRADITION WITHOUT TREATY
21
Under the Constitution
28
Doctrine in Great Britain
36
Demand confined to Treaty Offences
49
EXTRADITION A NATIONAL ACT 1 Constitutional Doctrinr Pig 44 Doctrine in United States
53
Administration of Washington
54
Case of Washburn
55
New York Statute 1822
59
Case of Neilson
60
Case of Polari
61
Case of Fanelle
64
Case of Lett
67
Case of le Wit
68
Case of Vogt
70
Code of Arizona
71
Code of California
72
Code of Georgia
73
Statks Bordering on Mexico 66 Treaty with Mexico
75
Federal Supervision
76
Federal Offences
78
CHAPTER IV
79
Utility of Treaties
81
Objects of Kxtradition Treaties
82
Early Negotiations
83
East Florida
84
Seagrove agreement
85
Constitutional Provision not Selfexecuting 840
86
Spain
87
Act of 1793 845
88
Great Britain
89
Treaty of 1842 with Great Britain
92
Negotiations with Great Britain since 1812
94
Mexico
95
Rules of Construction 82 Treaty a Law
97
Favored Nation Clause
98
Retroactively Operative
99
Where a Treaty is executed in two or more languages
100
Case of Surratt
104
Case of Buckley
105
Legislative Authority
106
Inconsistencies
108
Penalty as Test
112
Interpretations and Corrections 97 Rule of Interpretation
113
Particular Terms
114
Treaty with France 1858
115
Treaty with Spain 1882
120
Act of 1793 reproduced in Revised Statutes 847
122
Treaty with Mexico 1861
130
Conviction par Contumace
131
Jurisdiction 103 Position of United States
134
Vessels
135
Case of Kent
136
Case of Markham
137
Case of Lynch
138
10S Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
139
Piracy 110 Case of British Prisoners
141
Case of Carr and others
142
Position of British Government
143
Great Lakes
144
Miscellaneous Cases
146
Case of Reinitz
150
CHAPTER V
152
Action of Napoleon
153
Insufficiency of Reasons for Exemption
154
British Act of 1870
155
Opinion of the Institute of International Law
156
Superior Claims of Local Jurisdiction
157
Difficulties caused by Exemption
158
Refusal of United States to except Citizens 129 Suggestion of Mr Gallatin
159
Negotiations with Belgium
160
Negotiations with the Netherlands
161
Exemption by Treaty 133 Conventional Exceptions
163
Effect of Conventional Exceptions
164
Case of Trimble
166
Sweden and Norway
168
Proof of Citizenship
169
Exemption must be Express 138 Persons includes Citizens
170
Treaty with Switzerland 1850
172
Treaty with Italy 1868
175
Citizen of Third State 142 General Rule
177
Case of Four American Sailors
178
Case of Silveira
179
Case of BidweU
184
Case of Collins Brothers
187
CHAPTER VI
194
Treaties with Belgium and Luxemburg
195
Absence of Treaty Restriction 150 Winslow Case
196
Case of Lawrence
202
Opinions on Winslow Controversy
212
Rules proposed by Dr von Bar
215
Views of Royal Commission 1877
216
Opinions of Publicists
217
Judicial Decisions in United States 156 Case of Caldwell
219
Warrant of Arrest Pig
220
Case of Lagrave
221
Lawrence Case
222
Case of Blandford
225
Case of Vanderpool and Jones
227
Case of Miller
229
Case of Hibbs
231
Case of Rauscher
233
Effect of Rauscher Case in England
240
Woodhall Case
241
Offenders against Federal Law 851
243
Case of Coy
244
As to Offences Enumerated in Treaty
245
Ameliorations of Rule 171 Higher Offence including Lower
246
Advisableness of Modification of Rule
247
Proposed Legislative Modification
250
Waiver of Immunity 174 Consent of Fugitive
251
Voluntary Return
255
Effect of Voluntary Return in France
256
Logical Rule as to Voluntary Return
257
Conflicting Views
259
Foundation of Argument
260
Lagrave Cases
261
Decision of New York Court of Appeals Lagrave Cases
266
Civil Case of Lawrence
267
Civil Case of Woodhall 268
268
Civil Case of Reinitz
270
Exemption not affected by Form of Civil Process
271
Case of Baructa
273
Opinion in Delaware 960
274
Misapplications of Rauscher Decision
276
Decisions in Georgia and South Carolina 963
278
CHAPTER VII
281
Case of Grogan
282
Case of Bratton
283
Case of Blair
285
Punishment of Captors but not Release of Prisoner re quested
287
Two Texas Fugitives
288
Defective Authority of National Government 197 Inability to Release or Restore Prisoner
290
Case of Bullock
291
Case of Cahill
292
Prisoner cannot Allege Irregularities 200 Case of Brewster
294
Case of Rowe
295
Case of Lagrave
296
Irregularities in Extradition no Defence
301
CHAPTER VIII
303
Conventional Inhibition Unnecessary
305
Conventional Inhibitions
306
What constitutes a Political Offence ph 208 Crimes against Political Persons
308
French Communists
311
Decision belongs to Asylum State
312
United States Cases 211 Case of William Lyon Mackenzie
313
Case of the Joseph L Gerrity
316
Case of Burley
322
Mexican Revolutionists
323
Case of Cazo
324
Expulsion of Political Offenders 218 May be expelled
326
CHAPTER IX
327
Canada an Exception
328
Rule as to Colonial Possessions
329
Requisitions on United States
330
Authority of Diplomatic Agents
331
Applications for Requisitions 226 General Rules
333
As to British Dominions
334
APPENDIX II
337
Form of Application
339
Technical Requirements
340
Designation of Agent
341
Agents Warrant issued by Legation
342
Agents Warrant not issued in Absence of Treaty
344
Form in De Bauti Case
346
Person demanded as a Fugitive from Justice 887
351
CHAPTER X
357
Case of Kaine
358
Opinions of Executive Officers
365
Cases under Section 33 of the Act of 1789 Section 1014
369
Treaty Provisions
377
Issuance of Mandate
384
CHAPTER XI
395
Certificate to Secretary of State
408
CHAPTER XII
410
Complaint should show Authority
412
Failure of Complaint to show Authority not necessarily fatal
413
Requirements of Act of Congress 544 Form of Requisition 870
414
Case of Charleston
415
Complainant not subject to Suit where he has Probable Cause
416
Requisites op Complaint 284 Should show Authority of Person who receives it
418
Sources of Information and Belief
419
Telegraphic Information
420
Charge of Crime
422
Form of Charge
425
In general need not allege Institution of Proceedings in Foreign Country
426
If Mandate is obtained Failure to recite it not fatal
430
Technical Variances from Mandate not fatal
432
Should allege that Accused is a Fugitive or that he is or is believed to be within the Jurisdiction
433
Allegation that Offence charged is within the Treaty
434
Amendments
435
Forms of Complaint
436
Issuance of Warrant on Foreign Complaint
447
Must show Authority of Magistrate
448
Reference to Mandate when necessary
449
May run throughout the United States
450
Rearrest 305 Discharge on habeas corpus does not prevent
457
30G Case of Kelly
459
Service of New Warrant
460
Forms of Warrant of Arrest
461
CHAPTER XIV
465
Early Practice
466
Act of 1860
467
Revision of 1874
469
Act of 1876
471
Act of 1882
478
Executive Construction of Act of 1882
479
Under Act of 1860
481
Cases of Henrich and Farez
483
Case of Macdonnell
484
Case of Dugau
486
Case of Wadge
487
Case of Behrendt
489
Case of McPhun
491
Case of Fergus
493
Case of Herres
495
Case of Charleston
496
Case of Benson
498
Case of Barton
499
Meaning of words for Similar Purposes
501
Result of Review of Cases
507
Importance of Change in the Law
508
Wrongful Arrest 602 Criminal cannot set up 974
509
The Statutes Rules and Forms in Force in the various
510
Proposed Amendment
511
Opinion of Supreme Court
512
Amount of Evidence Required 337 Treaty Rule
516
Reason of Rule
518
Evidence need not be such as to warrant Conviction
519
Evidence amounting to Probable Cause sufficient
522
Indictment insufficient to warrant Commitment
524
Proof of Offence
525
Statutory Alterations in definition of Crimes
526
Documentary Evidence for Defence
529
Evidence furnished by Postal Authorities
530
CHAPTER XV
534
State Courts cannot review Action of Federal Magistrate
537
Jurisdiction of Federal Courts not exclusive to review Action of State Magistrate
538
Function of Writ 354 Not used as Writ of Error
541
Expediency of Using 874
543
Review of Evidence after Discharge of Prisoner on Or der of the President
545
Warrant of Surrender no Bar to Issuance of Writ
546
Writ may be obtained while Proceedings are pending before Commissioner
548
An Executive Function pge 359 General Doctrine
549
Extent of Executive Power
550
Executive Duty at first held to be Ministerial
551
Early Assertions of Executive Discretion
554
First Exercise of Executive Discretion
555
Insufficiency of Evidence
556
Charge of Crime in Asylum State
557
Concurrent Jurisdiction Case of Tyler
559
Case of Charles Tilton Robbius
563
Delaware Louisiana and Ohio 997
565
Discretionary to forego Prosecution
566
Civil Suits not a Bar to Surrender
567
Offence committed anterior to Treaty
568
Prescription
569
Rules as to Exercise by Executive of Power of Refusal 374 Will not usurp Function of Examining Magistrate
570
Representations of Counsel
571
Record of Magistrate retained
572
Discharge not a Necessary Consequence of Defective Certificate of Magistrate
573
Case of Gaffigan and Merrick 898
574
Warrant of Surrender
575
Transit 381 In United States and England
577
In Spain
578
CHAPTER XVII
583
Where Extradition is not Granted 3S5 Case of the Chesapeake
584
Jewels of Princess of Orange
585
Case of Martinique Slaves
586
Opinions of Mr Wirt
587
Case of the Amistad
588
Case of Schooner St Marys
592
Seizure of Property in Jurisdiction of friendly Power
594
Property rescued from Belligerent not restorable
595
Duties on Stolen Property not refunded
596
CHAPTER XVIII
598
Borne by Demanding Government
599
Fugitives by Construction
601
Expenses of Witnesses for Fugitive
602
Accounts of Costs in United States 603
603
Fees charged in United States
604
Expenses in Federal Cases
606
United States Marshals allowed Compensation as Agents
607
Appropriation for Defrayment of Expenses
608
Transmission of Accounts in State or Territorial Cases
609
Form for Ministers Account
610
CHAPTER XIX
611
United States does not surrender without Treaty
612
Practice in Foreign Countries
614
Treaties of United States
616
Law in United States
618
Duties of Consuls
620
Deserters from the Army 413 Not surrendered as such
621
Extradition without Treaty Page 415 Early Doctrine
624
Upper Canadian Act of 1833
625
Later Views
626
Legislation 418 Prior to 1867
627
From 1868 to 1882
628
Present Legislation
630
Trial tor other than Extradition Crime 422 Fugitive may be so tried
632
Case of Cunningham
634
Judicial Examination 424 Who may Conduct
636
Arrest
637
Second Arrest
640
Provisional Detention
641
Warrant of Commitment
642
Evidence 429 General Rules
646
Proof of Offence
647
What Evidence is admitted
650
Admission of Documentary Evidence
651
Indictment
656
Miscellaneous Decisions
658
Forgery 435 Case of Eno
659
Various Cases
661
False Pretences 939
662
Case of Juhn 944
664
Case of Phipps
666
Case of Jarrard
668
Cases of De Baun and Hardie
670
Question of Surrender 440 Condition of Fugitive
671
Various Questions
674
Voluntary Return
675
Habeas Corpus 443 Power to issue Writ
676
Return to Writ
677
Extent of Review
678
Result of Decision favorable to Prisoner
680
Res Judicata
681
CHAPTER XXI
695
AustriaHungary
701
Brazil
710
Denmark
718
Germany
725
Great Britain
732
Criminal Charge 1002
740
CHAPTER VIII
749
Hawaii
760
Japan
766
Luxemburg
773
Mexico
781
Netherlands
789
Peru
797
SWKDEN AND NORWAY
807
Turkey
814
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Side 752 - ... to the end that the evidence of criminality may be heard and considered; and if, on such hearing, the evidence be deemed sufficient to sustain the charge, it shall be the duty of the examining judge or magistrate to certify the same to the proper executive authority, that a warrant may issue for the surrender of such fugitive.
Side 516 - Provided, that this shall only be done upon such evidence of criminality as, according to the laws of the place where the fugitive or person so charged shall be found, would justify his apprehension and commitment for trial if the crime or offence had there been committed...
Side 743 - Assaults on board a ship on the high seas with intent to destroy life or to do grievous bodily harm. Revolt or conspiracy to revolt by two or more persons on board ship on the high seas against the authority of the master.
Side 140 - ... committed within the jurisdiction of either, shall seek an asylum, or shall be found within the territories of the other : — provided that this shall only be done upon such evidence of criminality as, according to the laws of the place where the fugitive or person so charged shall be found, would justify his apprehension and commitment for trial, if the crime or...
Side 523 - Probable cause" has been defined as a reasonable ground of suspicion supported by circumstances sufficiently strong in themselves to warrant a cautious man in the belief that the person accused is guilty of the offense with which he is charged.
Side 377 - Requisitions for the surrender of fugitives from justice shall be made by the respective diplomatic agents of the contracting parties, or, in the event of the absence of these from the country or its seat of government, they may be made by superior consular officers.
Side 736 - In the case of a fugitive criminal accused of an extradition crime, if the foreign warrant authorising the arrest of such criminal is duly authenticated, and such evidence is produced as (subject to the provisions of this Act) would, according to the law of England...
Side 336 - ... are authenticated by the oath of some witness or by being sealed with the official seal of the minister of justice, or some other minister of state...
Side 725 - Neither of the contracting parties shall be bound to deliver up its own citizens or subjects under the stipulations of this Convention.
Side 745 - Act, to be further dealt with according to law; for which this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand and seal at...

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