Williams, Charles F.; Peck, Robert S.
May 1992
ABA Journal;May92, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p46
Reports on the case of a Mexican citizen who was abducted by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and flown to U.S. for trial, highlighting the extradition treaty between U.S. and Mexico. Derivative standing of the citizen to raise treaty violation claim; Argument of the U.S. Justice Department before the Supreme Court; Application of the extradition procedure.


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