Interstate Extradition Defense
In the area of interstate extradition, clients of Brill Legal Group, P.C., are most likely:
- People arrested in another state in the United States who have a warrant out for their arrest in a New York state court
- People under arrest in New York or in another state, being transferred between federal districts in the two states
For example, federal law enforcement agents may determine that a person should be moved from Texas to New York or from New York to Texas for any reason at a Rule 5 removal hearing after an arrest in either state.
Does A Court Seek To Extradite You From New York To Another State?
If an extradition petition is underway, with governmental authorities seeking to extradite you from New York to another state or vice versa, Brill Legal Group, P.C., urges you to contact our law firm. It may be that the detainer from the requesting state can be lifted and bail can be posted while the extradition moves forward. Our criminal lawyers can act promptly to protect your rights and best interests in an interstate extradition defense matter.
From law offices in Manhattan, Hauppauge, Hempstead and East Hampton, the Brill Legal Group practices in the state and federal courts of New York City, Nassau County and Suffolk County. Our clients often contact us from local communities such as Southampton and East Hampton, as well as from other states as court authorities seek to extradite them to New York. Contact us today for a free initial consultationwith an attorney regarding an interstate extradition petition. Our firm is prepared to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year.
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