International Criminal Law and Enforcement

The Perils of Resisting Extradition to the United States

, New York Law Journal

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In their International Criminal Law and Enforcement column, Nicholas M. De Feis and Philip C. Patterson reviews 'United States v. Tuzman', where a defendant was subjected to "provisional arrest" in Colombia at the United States' request and sent to the notorious La Picota prison in Bogota, and then had to fight to be extradited.

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