The law relating to the extradition of fugitive offenders, whether convicted or merely accused of offences in countries outside the UK, is a highly technical and somewhat esoteric area of jurisdiction. In England and Wales, such cases are heard in the first instance at Bow Streets Magistrates' Court in London. Since the new Extradition Act 1989 came into effect, there have been many changes in the law and practice relating to extradition. The author offers a working manual encompassing the legal as well as the more practical aspects of the work, in this looseleaf format. The book should be of use to magistrates and clerks at Bow Street Magistrates' Court, in their daily practice. It should also serve as a practical guide to extradition for those solicitors and barristers who appear in such cases, and for anyone else who requires detailed knowledge of this subject.