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“Retaking” vs. “Extradition”. Offender Application for Transfer (Waiver of Extradition) MUST be signed PRIOR to leaving/transferring States party to this compact waive all legal requirements to extradition of offenders who are fugitives from justice. Rule 3.109 . Discretionary Retaking.

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retaking vs extradition
“Retaking” vs. “Extradition”
  • Offender Application for Transfer (Waiver of Extradition)
    • MUST be signed PRIOR to leaving/transferring
    • States party to this compact waive all legal requirements to extradition of offenders who are fugitives from justice.
    • Rule 3.109
discretionary retaking
Discretionary Retaking
  • Sending State retains authority to retake at ANYTIME unless offender is charged with a new felony or violent crime in the receiving state.
    • Offender charged with a new criminal offense cannot be retaken:
      • until charges have been dismissed
      • sentence has been satisfied
      • offender released to supervision for new offense
      • sending and receiving state mutually agree to retake/return

Rule 5.101 & 5.101-1

retaking responsibilities
Retaking Responsibilities
  • Rule 5.104, 5.105, 5.106, 5.107, 5.108, 5.110 & 5.111