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Political nature of the alleged crime: most nations refuse to extradite suspects of political crimes.

Possibility of certain forms of punishment: some countries refuse extradition because the person, if extradited, may receive capital punishment or torture. A few go as far as to cover all punishments that they themselves would not administer.

Equality in extradition is all about fighting unfair extradition from the UK. A person in the UK has little to no chance of stopping their Extradition to the US, but a person indicted in the US can challenge the information in the Indictment before and trial is set or remand considered. Extradition from the UK or from any country can be a taxing and harrowing experience. With different countries having different treaties with each other citizens can find their human and legal rights being tore apart.
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Bars to extradition

By enacting laws or in concluding treaties or agreements, countries decide the conditions under which they may entertain or deny extradition requests. Common bars to extradition include:

Failure to fulfill dual criminality: normally the act for which extradition is sought must constitute a crime punishable by some small penalty in both the requesting and the requested states.

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