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Title Abstract Authorsort ascending Volume Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Extradition and the U.N. Convention against Torture: Mironescu v. Costner On March 22, 2007, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond, Virginia, ruled that a 1998 federal statute precludes federal courts from reviewing a decision by the U.S. Secretary of... Russell Bikoff 23 7 2007-07-01 United States, Romania Extradition, Human Rights, Torture
U.S. Supreme Court Gives Narrow Definition to U.S. Money-Laundering Law in United States v. Santos On June 2, 2008, an uncharacteristic line-up of Justices in a court divided 5 to 4 threw federal anti-money laundering law into a state of, if not chaos, then certainly confusion. Focusing on the... Russell Bikof 24 8 2008-08-01 United States Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy
Book Review: Technocrimes: The Computerization of Crime and Terrorism by August Bequai This well-written book, by an eminent Washington lawyer who is also one of the nation's leading experts on computers, is an eye-opener for anyone concerned with problems of crime and law enforcement. Rufus King 5 6 1989-06-01 United States Computer Crimes
Summary and Update of Swiss Judicial Assistance in the Marcos Case As reported earlier in the International Enforcement Reporter, the Philippine Republic requested judicial assistance from Switzerland in the case of deposed Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. Rudolph Siebel 4 2 1988-02-01 Switzerland Adjective Assistance, Research, Teaching
Sanction Aspects of the Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 Economic sanctions were imposed against the Republic of South Africa on October 2, 1986 in the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986, (the "Act), ending the Reagan Administration's policy of "... Rüdiger Krieger 3 5 1987-05-01 South Africa Sanctions
Mexico – United States extradition relations since 1994 With a porous long border, Mexico and the U.S.A. have a long history on how to deal with crime that goes beyond their respective borders. To pursue fugitives charged with committing criminal acts... Roger Labardini 2023-01-13 Mexico, United States Extradition, Fugitive, Jurisdiction, Kidnaping, Rendition
Mexico’s Supreme Court Allows the Extradition of Mexican Nationals On January 18, Mexico’s Supreme Court of Justice (SCJN) ruled by a majority vote (10-1) that the extradition of Mexican nationals is in accordance with Mexico’s Constitution. The ruling definitely... Rodrigo Labardini 17 3 2001-03-01 United States, Mexico Extradition
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments on the Medellin Case On March 28, 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court of Justice heard arguments on the Medellin case, a case dealing with whether state and federal courts must enforce U.S. treaty obligations that ensure... Rodrigo Labardini 21 4 2005-05-01 United States, Mexico International Courts, Prisoner Rights
Deportation in Lieu of Extradition from Mexico U.S.-Mexico bilateral cooperation on fugitive issues has steadily improved in the last decade. Cooperation areas cover a wide spectrum of formal activities, ranging from extradition to prisoner... Rodrigo Labardini 20 6 2004-06-01 United States, Mexico Extradition, Transfer of Prisoners, Mutual Legal Assistance
International Court of Justice Finds U.S. Breached its Obligations under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations On March 31, 2004, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled in the case Avena and Other Mexican Nationals (Mexico v. United States of America) that the United States breached its obligations to... Rodrigo Labardini 20 6 2004-06-01 United States, Mexico Jurisdiction, International Courts, Prisoner Rights, Capital Punishment
Mexico Extradites Fugitives to U.S. in "Historic Delivery" On January 19, 2007, Mexican President Felipe Calderon extradited fifteen fugitives to the U.S. in an unprecedented transfer. Commenting on the news, U.S. Attorney General Gonzales said: "Never... Rodrigo Labardini 23 3 2007-03-01 United States, Mexico Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking
Developments in U.S.-Mexico Extradition (IVC) In sharp contrast with the past, extradition and irregular rendition between Mexico and the United States has steadily been growing since 1995. However, in spite of some progress, a major question... Rodrigo Labardini 16 4 2000-04-01 United States, Mexico Extradition
Mexico Extradites Major Drug-Trafficker to the U.S. and Recent Developments in U.S.-Mexico Extradition Extradition matters between Mexico and the United States have recently been of a mixed nature. On one hand, issues have arisen in Mexican courts that may eventually pose some difficulties. On the... Rodrigo Labardini 15 8 1999-08-01 United States, Mexico Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking
Mexico Extradites to the U.S. a Mexican National Charged With Drug Trafficking Mexican authorities recently extradited to U.S. authorities a Mexican national charged with drug trafficking and espcaping from a U.S. federal prison. Rodrigo Labardini 15 5 1999-05-01 Mexico Drugs & Trafficking
Mexico Returns to the ICJ on the Avena Case On June 5th, 2008, Mexico filed a Request for Interpretation of the Judgment delivered on March 31, 2004, by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case Avena and Other Mexican Nationals (... Rodrigo Labardini 24 8 2008-08-01 World, United States, Mexico Human Rights
Extradition From Mexico Allowed with Assurances That Life Imprisonment Will Not Be Imposed On October 2, 2001 Mexico?s Supreme Court of Justice (SCJN) ruled that in order for any extradition to proceed, the Requesting State must provide assurances that life imprisonment will not be imposed... Rodrigo Labardini 18 10 2002-10-01 United States, Mexico Extradition, Human Rights, Transfer of Prisoners, Prisoner Rights
Drug-related deaths in Mexico For years, drug-trafficking has been a relevant issue in the U.S.-Mexico relationship. Both countries were generally at odds over several subjects such as extradition and illicit trafficking,... Roberto Labardini 26 5 2010-05-01 North America, United States, Mexico Corruption, Murder, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Peacekeeping, Drug Enforcement, Crimes
Argentina?s New Anti-Money Laundering Law Over the last ten years, the Argentinean government has been trying to combat some crimes by focusing on the financial aspects of them. These efforts were bolstered significantly in 2000, when... Roberto Durrieu, Jr. 18 1 2002-01-01 Argentina Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy
Criminal Copyright Protection in Argentina In Argentina, copyright law is also generically referred to as “Intellectual Property,” which in both cases also comprises Patent and Trademark Law. The primary subject matter of protection in... Roberto Durrieu, Jr 18 5 2002-05-01 Argentina Counterfeiting, Customs Enforcement, Intellectual Property, Trade Enforcement
INTERPOL-led Operation during the FIFA World Cup Raises Questions about Illegal Gambling’s Role in International Soccer From July 1 to July 13, 2014, Interpol engaged in a coordinated operation targeting illegal gambling across Asia coinciding with the 2014 FIFA World Cup and resulting in 1,400 arrests and the seizure... Robert Williams 30 11 2014-11-01 China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam Asset Seizure, Betting, Bribery, Cybercrime, Enforcement of International Sports Law, Evidence Gathering, Evidence Sharing, Gambling, Gang Activity, INTERPOL, Information Exchange, International Cooperation, International Gaming, Internet Crime, Online Gambling, Online Gaming, Organized Crime

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