Surrender of criminals legal definition of Surrender of criminals
Surrender of criminals
SURRENDER OF CRIMINALS. The act by which the public authorities deliver a
person accused of a crime, and who is found in their, jurisdiction, to the
authorities within whose jurisdiction it is alleged the crime has been
committed. Vide Extradition; Fugitives from justice.
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These actions include the surrender of criminals
and terrorists in its area, submission to the judicial process of the MILF members involved in previous massacres, cooperation with the government in pursuing criminal elements and abandonment of terrorism in all forms.
The petitioner said that External Affairs is the exclusive domain of the Federation which alone could decide implementation of treaties and issues pertaining to extradition, including the surrender of criminals
and accused persons to Governments outside Pakistan.