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Plaçage was a recognized extralegal system in which white French and Spanish and later Creole men entered into the equivalent of common-law marriages with women of African, Indian and white (European) Creole descent.

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extradition to North Carolina for trial on the kidnapping charge.

Additionally, since 1997, the Constitution does not allow the extradition of anyone who would be subject to any of those two forms of punishment at the requesting country.

She argued that a citizen "clearly can" claim rights under the Charter in an extradition hearing.

kevin Barry Artt, Pól Brennan, James Smyth and Terrence kirby, collectively known as the "H-Block 4", were arrested in the United States between 1992 and 1994 and fought lengthy legal battles against extradition.

Iyer succeeded in having a resolution passed demanding Savarkar's release and his extradition to France.

Uk requests Lugovoi extradition BBC News This was confirmed by both the British embassy in Moscow and the Russian prosecution office.

Chilean appeal court judge Nibaldo Segura refused extradition in July 2005 on the grounds that they had already been prosecuted in Chile.

Refugee status, however, halts the request for extradition, which is being considered by the Brazilian Supreme court.

In 1918, the British demanded the extradition of Sri Aurobindo and other freedom fighters.

He then had to wait for three weeks while extradition paperwork was completed, meantime regularly visiting the couple in jail.

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