Extradition Defense Attorneys in Miami
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Extradition is a request by a foreign jurisdiction to obtain jurisdiction
over a person, and to have that person transported to the requesting foreign
state or country. Extradition is used in criminal matters only. If you
are facing extradition, it is important to retain legal representation
devoted to helping you secure a favorable outcome. At Rothman & Associates,
P.A., we dedicate our practice to defending the rights of individuals. Our
Miami criminal defense lawyers have more than four decades of experience in matters related to criminal
charges, including in extradition matters.
When you hire our firm, you can benefit from the following:
- A Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer
- Former prosecution experience
- Attentive defense strategies
- Open communication and accessibility
We always represent our clients with their best interests in mind. Our
ultimate goal is to guide you to your desired outcome, no matter the circumstances
pertaining to your case.
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At Rothman & Associates, P.A., we defend foreign nationals that the
United States is seeking to extradite, as well as U.S. citizens who are
facing extradition from a foreign country. Extradition is a complex area
of law. It is difficult to prevail in court when a foreign state or country
obtains an extradition approval from the U.S. State Department. Extradition
is largely political and is dependent on the nature of the extradition
agreement between the U.S. and the other country.
Speak with Our Miami Criminal Defense Lawyers – (305) 570-4439
One of the keys to defending an extradition involves proving that the person
in question did not commit a crime.. This can be done one of two ways:
by showing the act was not a criminal offense, or that it was not the
person whose extradition is sought who committed the act. We have had
success proving the alleged crime in the foreign country is not a crime
under U.S. law.
In a matter handled by Rothman & Associates, P.A., we were able to
prove the alleged offense was civil and not criminal. Speak with our attorneys
to discuss the specifics of your charges.