fugitive offender

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A person present in the UK who is accused of committing an offence in a Commonwealth country or an overseas territory of the UK and is liable to be surrendered for trial under the Fugitive Offenders Act 1967. The requirements for surrender are similar to those for extradition to a foreign state, except that no treaty is involved.

Subjects: Law.

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