Wednesday, July 19, 2017


Former Panamanian president Ricardo Martinelli's July 25th Extradition Hearing has been reset to August 3rd, after his counsel moved for a continuance. A motion for reconsideration of the motion to set bond has been denied. The Order recited: "The Court's order denying the Motion for Release fully sets forth the Court's analysis of the unavailability of bond in this case, and the Motion for Reconsideration provides no ground to reconsider that Order. In addition, the primary authority cited in the motion is not ane xtradition case, so its relevance here is non-existent." 

Martinelli faces multiple criminal charges in Panama; many Panamanians fear that he will evade justice, though in most cases extradition orders are generally issued, assuming the documents meet certain minimum requirements. 

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