The Law of Interstate Rendition: Erroneously Referred to as Interstate Extradition; a Treatise on the Arrest and Surrender of Fugitives from the Justice of One State to Another; the Removal of Federal Prisoners from One District to Another; and the Exemption of Persons from Service of Civil Process; and with an Appendix of the Statutes of the States and Territories on Fugitives from Justice

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S. Hight, 1917 - 534 halaman
 

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CHAPTER VI
55
Conditions Precedent to Honoring Requisitions
61
Executive Carelessness
67
Presence in State when Crime is Committed Necessary
77
A Late Decision by the Supreme Court 8485
84
The Earlier Cases of Flight 8586
85
Rendition of Witnesses 8688
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CHAPTER VIII
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The Demand and its Requisites 9091
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The Rule as Fixed by the Supreme Court
91
Authority of Governor of Asylum State
92
Review by Courts of Governors Finding
93
The Requisition must be Accompanied with Other Papers
94
A Requisition Based on Forgery 9596
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72 State Fees and State Regulations 96123
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Alabama 1
97
Arizona
98
Colorado
100
Georgia
101
Kansas
102
Massachusetts
104
Montana
105
Oklahoma
109
Pennsylvania
111
South Carolina
113
Virginia
116
Wisconsin 120122
120
Wyoming
122
Alaska Territory of
123
CHAPTER IX
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The Governors Power and Authority 125126
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The Purpose of Authentication 126127
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Presumptions 127128
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CHAPTER X
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79 The Charge must be by Indictment or Affidavit
130
Validity of an Information as a Charge of Crime
131
The Supreme Courts Estimate of an Information
132
An Extra Judicial Opinion 133134
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83 The Constitution and Act of Congress Construed together
135
An Indictment as an Accusation
142
The Supreme Court on a Charge by Indictment 143144
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The Date when Crime is Committed 144145
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CHAPTER XI
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CHAPTER XII
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Summary
167
Identification of Fugitive in Indiana 173174
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Judicial Protection of the Accused
179
CHAPTER XIV
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The First Compact 1643
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The Second Compact 1670
182
The Third Compact of Articles of Confederation 1778
183
The Fourth Compact the U S Constitution 1789
184
No Immunity from Criminal Prosecution
185
Judge Cooley on Immunity
186
An Authors Error
187
Lascelles Case the Rule in all States
188
Method of Return not Open to Complaint 189191
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A Noted Illinois Case
191
Exemption as Viewed by the Court of Appeals of New York 201202
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CHAPTER XVI
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Proof of Alibi a Distinction
204
The Supreme Court of New York on this Question 206215
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Determination of Particular Issues 208210
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Previous Decisions as Controlling 210214
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Weight and Sufficiency of Evidence
215
CHAPTER XVII
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Questions for the Governors Consideration
217
A Noted Case and a Fearless Judge 221223
221
Ruling of the Michigan Supreme Court
223
No Rendition Unless Good Faith is Shown Ohio Rule 224
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CHAPTER XVIII
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Hearing Limited in Florida 230
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Other Decisions on the Subject
231
Affidavit Showing no Crime no Rendition
232
The Effect of Court Ruling
233
Federal Rule Reasonable
234
CHAPTER XIX
235
Federal Law on Rendition Silent as to Habeas Corpus
237
Early Federal View 239241
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Decisions of State Courts 241246
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Florida 243244
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Texas
244
Iowa
245
The Supreme Court on Power of Review
246
Federal and State Courts Invested With Right
247
All Doubt Removed 248250
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CHAPTER XX
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Relief from Illegal Arrest
252
Waiver of Rights Relator and Respondent
253
Respondents Return to the Writ
254
Relators Traverse
255
Pleading and Issue
256
The Order of Discharge may be Vacated
257
Form of Petition to United States Judge 258259
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Form of Writ in United States Court
260
Form of Petition for Writ to State Court or Judge 261262
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Form of State Writ of Habeas Corpus
263
Form of Officers Return to the Writ
264
Suggestions for Resisting Rendition 265270
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Arrest Prior to Demand
266
Information and Belief
267
Jurisdictional Question
268
Information
269
Mob Violence
270
Appeal in State Courts 271274
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States Holding Writ not Reviewable 273274
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CHAPTER XXI
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A Remarkable State of Facts 276277
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Rule as to Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
277
What has the Supreme Court Decided in Rendition Cases?
278
Ex parte Reggel
280
Kentucky V Dennison
281
Pearce v Texas 286287
286
Munsey V Clough
292
Compton V Alabama 309310
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215a Innes V Tobin 320322
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Halaman 183 - If any person guilty of, or charged with, treason, felony, or other high misdemeanor in any State, shall flee from justice and be found in any of the United States, he shall, upon demand of the Governor or Executive power of the State from which he fled, be delivered up and removed to the State having jurisdiction of his offence.
Halaman 282 - First, That no negro slave, imported as such from Africa, and no descendant of such slave, can ever be a citizen of any State, in the sense of that term as used in the Constitution of the United States. This point is made in order to deprive the negro, in every possible event, of the benefit of that provision of the United States Constitution, which declares that "The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States.
Halaman 35 - That the constitution and all laws of the United States which are not locally inapplicable, shall have the s*ame force and effect within the said territory of Nebraska as elsewhere within the United States...
Halaman 75 - Territory to which such person has fled, and produces a copy of an indictment found, or an affidavit made before a magistrate of any State or Territory, charging the person demanded with having committed treason, felony, or other crime, certified as authentic by the Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State or Territory from whence the person so charged has fled...
Halaman 412 - A person charged in any state or territory of the United States, with treason, felony, or other crime, who shall flee from justice and be found in this state, must on demand of the executive authority of the state or territory from which he fled, be delivered up by the governor of this state, to be removed to the state or territory having jurisdiction of the crime.
Halaman 428 - Territory, or to the prosecuting attorney or presiding judge of the criminal court of the city or county therein, having jurisdiction of the offense, to the end that a demand may be made for the arrest and surrender of the person charged.
Halaman 46 - For if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate a particular subject, and they do actually regulate it in a given manner, and in a certain form, it cannot be that the state legislatures have a right to interfere; and, as it were, by way of complement to the legislation of Congress, to prescribe additional regulations, and what they may deem auxiliary provisions for the same purpose.
Halaman 141 - Whenever the executive authority of any state or territory demands any person as a fugitive from justice of the executive authority of any state or territory to which such person has fled, and...
Halaman 491 - The magistrate may admit the person arrested, to bail, by an undertaking, with sufficient sureties and in such sum as he deems proper, for his appearance before him at a time specified in the undertaking, and for his surrender to be arrested upon the warrant of the governor of this state.
Halaman 420 - ... (2) That the defendant is not a resident of this state; or (3) That the defendant conceals himself so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him...

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