The United States is serving as a laboratory to resolve the tension between globalization, rising transnational criminality, and the demand for enhanced human rights. This Essay reviews selected areas of evidence gathering and extradition in transnational crime and closely related areas. The perspective will focus particularly on the rights of defendants.
Extradition, Evidence Gathering, and Their Relatives in the Twenty-First Century: A U.S. Defense Counsel Perspective,
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