Extradition Between Canada and the United States

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As the wound in Iraq continues to bleed, and US officials protest too much that conscription is coming to feed the flow, many military-age Americans and their parents turn their eyes north, to where escaped slaves and Vietnam-War resisters were once welcomed. To Botting (law, U. British Columbia), the two eras are part of the larger picture in the historical development of extradition between the US and Canada as reflected in successive treaties, statutes, and cases. His topics include the absence of an effective...
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As the wound in Iraq continues to bleed, and US officials protest too much that conscription is coming to feed the flow, many military-age Americans and their parents turn their eyes north, to where escaped slaves and Vietnam-War resisters were once welcomed. To Botting (law, U. British Columbia), the two eras are part of the larger picture in the historical development of extradition between the US and Canada as reflected in successive treaties, statutes, and cases. His topics include the absence of an effective treaty, the Webster-Ashburton Treaty in effect during the Civil War, the death and resurrection of extradition during the Cold War and through the Vietnam War to the case of Leonard Peltier, The Canadian Extradition Act of 1999 and its impact on the existing treaty, and terrorism. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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"Botting is to be commended for this thoroughly researched, and complex specialized subject. He brings both academic and practical experience to this work. Importantly, he has not written with legalese, and is easy for the nonlawyer to follow. His aptitude for injecting historical relevance makes it an enjoyable read, a quality only sporadically found on legal topics."

From The Law and Politics Review
Vol. 16 No. 6 (June 2006)

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Gary Botting is Paetzold Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia.
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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction 1
Ch. 2 In the absence of an effective treaty 31
Ch. 3 The Webster-Ashburton Treaty 75
Ch. 4 The early 20th century 113
Ch. 5 Devolution of extradition procedure 149
Ch. 6 The death and resurrection of extradition 187
Ch. 7 The Canada-U.S. extradition treaty 227
Ch. 8 The Canadian Extradition Act Part I : from request to hearing 269
Ch. 9 The Canadian Extradition Act Part II : from surrender order to judicial review 299
Ch. 10 Extradition in the new millennium 335
App. A Canadian Extradition Act of 1999 369
App. B U.S. extradition statutes 409
App. C Treaty on extradition between the government of Canada and the government of the United States of America 415
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