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Extradition is surrendering an alleged criminal by one authority, such as a state or country, to another authority having jurisdiction to try the charge. Any person charged with a crime in one state (demanding state) and who goes to another state or country (asylum state) is subject to extradition, regardless of the reason for leaving and whether or not the person has actual knowledge of the charges.
One of the many unexpected aspects of the COVID-19 outbreak is the unique changes to California’s laws. Several agencies have modified restrictions regarding marijuana deliveries to allow for social distancing, adjusted deadlines for filing for license renewals, and even changed regulations for alcohol use. In the latter case, the California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) has allowed restaurants and bars to serve “takeout” alcoholic drink orders to any customer ordering a delivery or to-go order with a meal. This modification applies to both closed containers like prepackaged beer bottles or cans, as well as custom-made cocktails and delivery orders.
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