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Q: Why can governors refuse to return fugitives from justice to the state from which they fled?
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Why was the extradition clause put in the constitution?

To return fleeing fugitives from justice to be tried and judged at the place of their crime(s).


How do the authorities obtain a governors warrant?

A Governor's Warrant is what is commonly known as a WARRANT OF EXTRADITION. It is used to return fugitives to the requesting state from the state in which they were apprehended.


Can governors refuse to return fugitives from justice to the states from which the fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


Can governors refuse to return fugitives from justice to the state which from they fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


Can governors refuse to return fugitives from justice to the state from which they fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


Does The Constitution provide for the return of fugitives who flee across state line to escape justice?

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Can governors refuse to return fugitives from justices to the state from which they fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


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Can governors refused to return fugitives from justice to the state which they fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


Can governors refused to return fugitives from justice to the state from which they fled?

Until 1980s, it was allowed. In Kennedy v. Dennison, 1861, the Supreme Court held that the constitution didn't give the Federal government that right. For more than a century, the word 'shall' in the Extradition clause was read as 'may'.Then in 1987, Puerto Rico v. Branstad, it was unanimous that the federal courts can indeed order an unwilling governor to extradite a fugitive.


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