Chapter 964. Uniform Criminal Extradition Act  

Sec. 54-157. Definitions.
Sec. 54-158. Governor’s duty to arrest and deliver up fugitive.
Sec. 54-159. Requirements for recognition of extradition demand.
Sec. 54-160. State’s attorney and prosecuting attorney to assist Governor.
Sec. 54-161. Return to this state of person imprisoned or held in another state.
Sec. 54-162. Return to another state of person whose act in this state caused crime.
Sec. 54-163. Arrest warrant signed by Governor.
Sec. 54-164. Authorization under warrant.
Sec. 54-165. Power of arresting officer.
Sec. 54-166. Appearance of accused in court. Habeas corpus.
Sec. 54-167. Penalty for failure of officer to present accused in court.
Sec. 54-168. Confinement, when.
Sec. 54-169. Arrest warrant of judge.
Sec. 54-170. Arrest without warrant.
Sec. 54-171. Commitment pending Governor’s warrant.
Sec. 54-172. Allowance and conditions of bail bond.
Sec. 54-173. Discharge or recommitment after expiration of period specified in warrant or bond.
Sec. 54-174. Forfeiture of bond.
Sec. 54-175. Surrender of person against whom criminal prosecution pending in this state.
Sec. 54-176. Governor not to inquire into guilt or innocence of accused.
Sec. 54-177. Recall or new issuance of Governor’s warrant.
Sec. 54-178. Governor seeking extradition to issue warrant to agent to receive accused.
Sec. 54-179. Application by state’s attorney, Board of Pardons and Paroles or Correction Commissioner for return of accused.
Sec. 54-180. Immunity of accused to process in civil action arising from same facts.
Sec. 54-181. Waiver by accused.
Sec. 54-182. State’s rights not waived.
Sec. 54-183. Trial for crimes other than those specified in extradition requisition.
Sec. 54-184. Interpretation of chapter.
Sec. 54-185. Short title: Uniform Criminal Extradition Act.


*Cited. 149 C. 70. Cited. 157 C. 407. Cited. 171 C. 366. Cited. 180 C. 153. Cited. 182 C. 470. Cited. 185 C. 562. Cited. 186 C. 404. Cited. 188 C. 364. Burden of proof for contesting fugitive states discussed. 190 C. 631. Violation of rights under Ch. 965 and its effect on requested extradition discussed. 193 C. 116. Uniform Criminal Extradition Act cited. 193 C. 270. Cited. 194 C. 702. Remanding state rather than custodial state must determine if arrest is constitutionally defective for lack of probable cause. 195 C. 465. Cited. 196 C. 309. Under the Uniform Criminal Extradition Act, Sec. 54-157 et seq., a person who leaves the demanding state involuntarily under government compulsion is a fugitive from justice subject to mandatory extradition provisions of the act. 281 C. 380.

Uniform criminal extradition act (UCEA) Sec. 54-157 et seq. cited. 26 CA 254. Uniform criminal extradition act, Sec. 54-157 et seq. cited. 33 CA 41.

Cited. 26 CS 470. Discussed. 34 CS 78. Sec. 54-157 et seq., uniform criminal extradition act (UCEA), cited. 41 CS 320. Uniform criminal extradition act, Sec. 54-157 et seq. cited. 42 CS 569.