Could Kwon’s Extradition be Trapped in a Time Warp?

Sometimes, the wheels of justice simply move slower than hoped for – and this could very well be the case with the extradition of Kwon from Montenegro according to a prosecutor from the region.

The prosecutor, who wished not to be identified, claims that due to the amount of bureaucracy involved and paperwork, the process of extraditing Kwon is going to take more time than is typically seen.

How Long Can We Really Expect To Wait?

We could be looking at anything from weeks to months – according to Montenegro’s prosecutor, it’s all up in the air.

However, what they do know is that the extradition process is likely to be a slow one. As the prosecutor said, “We can expect the bureaucracy involved in this particular case to take its time. There are a lot of hoops we have to jump through and a lot of paperwork that needs to be processed.”

What are Some Common Reasons for Longer Extradition Processes?

  • Extradition treaties – Governments need to agree on extradition treaties before anything can really happen.
  • Doc reviews and paperwork – Every document involved in an extradition needs to be reviewed and fingerprint checks processed
  • Judicial review – This can often take months and even longer.

Ultimately, the length of extraditions can vary greatly, much like any other legal process. From the sounds of it, Kwon’s extradition process is no exception.

All that’s left to do is cross our fingers and hope we don’t get caught in a time warp!