For this topic I am referencing out of date material and I didn't look anything new up.
Referring to British Columbia's non-extradition policy to Nova Scotia for some fugitive charges like car theft etc.
I mean, you skip court on a seven year charge and leave the Province of Nova Scotia then British Columbia doesn't extradite on some charges.
I mean here is the deal...
Now your banned from Nova Scotia.
This court where I leave means banned from Nova Scotia is a more serious sentence than seven years in prison.
My point, the people are still fugitives in Nova Scotia.
Now let's cut in on them....the big talkers about how they beat the law here.
Now out in British Columbia I see two scenarios.
1. The fugative stayed alone and nobody helped him when he went there
2. He was helped and is supported in a group.
Now this is all new to me, I'm saying Nova Scotia is going to ban anyone who helped the fugitive for aiding and abetting the charges in the non-extradition province.
Meaning, if you helped the fugitive evade in the public they are wanted in connection with the escape in Nova Scotia and if you get on the list for helping them you'll be banned in Nova Scotia.
If he never got help, then he's just on his own.
Now I mean fleeing a seven year charge in British Columbia for like 20+ years for many cases if they come back they are going to face 25 years in prison for the escape.
Now what if in British Columbia he used support instead of staying alone to keep evading Nova Scotia?
I'm saying the group is facing charges for helping people evade Nova Scotia law and participating in the crime.
That's all new to me....
The new thing going to happen is Nova Scotia is going to go after the group, the fugitive's support system to evade Nova Scotia law.
In some cases this will happen....
When the group charge gets too high for evading Nova Scotia law then the non-extradition rule will not apply.
That's because of the more serious charge of the group creating a criminal support network to escape Nova Scotia.
They are all banned from Nova Scotia.
Those are extradition charges, with the fugitive in the group he will be convicted of a second charge in Nova Scotia for creating a criminal escape network in British Columbia.
After that he will be extradited on the more serious charge.
I don't know what the group charges will be the more serious ones, but in the first scenario people are asking for 25 years if he only acted alone and never received help from a group for evasions on charges like 7 years for car theft or something plus the 20+ year evasion.