What is the risk of absconding in an extradition proceeding?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from United States of America v. Akubueze, 2011 ONSC 6456 (CanLII):

In the extradition context, as observed by Trotter J. in United States of America v. Ugoh,[10] because of Canada’s international treaty obligations, the risk of absconding must be examined even more carefully than it might be in domestic proceedings. Analysis

Other Questions

Can an extradition judge stay the extradition proceedings against the person sought on the grounds of abuse of process? (Ontario, Canada)
What authority does the Court of Appeal have over extradition proceedings? (Ontario, Canada)
In what circumstances will a court order that an earlier proceeding be stayed until the completion of the later proceeding is completed? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the test for a parent to proceed in a child protection proceeding? (Ontario, Canada)
Does a finding of fact made on an interlocutory finding in a separate judicial proceeding engage in issue estoppel in a subsequent proceeding? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a delay in extradition proceedings apply to s. 11(b) of the Charter of Rights to be tried within a reasonable time? (Ontario, Canada)
What considerations apply to each stage or phase of an extradition proceeding? (Ontario, Canada)
Does the Charter apply to extradition proceedings? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the scope of the Attorney General's in rem proceedings under the Proceeds and Instruments of Unlawful Commerce Act? (Ontario, Canada)
Does a solicitor whose retainer is established in the particular proceedings have to bind his client by compromise of the proceedings? (Ontario, Canada)

Alexi white

"The most advanced legal research software ever built."

Trusted by top litigators from across North America.