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Connecticut General Statutes > Title 54 > Chapter 964


Current as of: 2013
§ 54-157Definitions
§ 54-158Governor's duty to arrest and deliver up fugitive
§ 54-159Requirements for recognition of extradition demand
§ 54-160State's attorney and prosecuting attorney to assist Governor
§ 54-161Return to this state of person imprisoned or held in another state
§ 54-162Return to another state of person whose act in this state caused crime
§ 54-163Arrest warrant signed by Governor
§ 54-164Authorization under warrant
§ 54-165Power of arresting officer
§ 54-166Appearance of accused in court. Habeas corpus
§ 54-167Penalty for failure of officer to present accused in court
§ 54-168Confinement, when
§ 54-169Arrest warrant of judge
§ 54-170Arrest without warrant
§ 54-171Commitment pending Governor's warrant
§ 54-172Allowance and conditions of bail bond
§ 54-173Discharge or recommitment after expiration of period specified in warrant or bond
§ 54-174Forfeiture of bond
§ 54-175Surrender of person against whom criminal prosecution pending in this state
§ 54-176Governor not to inquire into guilt or innocence of accused
§ 54-177Recall or new issuance of Governor's warrant
§ 54-178Governor seeking extradition to issue warrant to agent to receive accused
§ 54-179Application by state's attorney, Board of Pardons and Paroles or Correction Commissioner for return of accused
§ 54-180Immunity of accused to process in civil action arising from same facts
§ 54-181Waiver by accused
§ 54-182State's rights not waived
§ 54-183Trial for crimes other than those specified in extradition requisition
§ 54-184Interpretation of chapter
§ 54-185Short title: Uniform Criminal Extradition Act

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U.S. Code Provisions: Extradition of Witnesses

U.S. Code Title 18 > Part II > Chapter 209 - Extradition
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