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Do Kwon Faces Extradition to US in Newest Court docket Ruling


The Excessive Court docket of
Podgorica has accepted the extradition of Do Kwon, the Co-Founder and Former
CEO of Terraforms Labs, to the US. Kwon
faces a number of prison counts within the US following the collapse of Terraform
Labs.

After rejecting South
Korea’s extradition plea, the Podgorica Excessive Court docket deliberated over Do Kwon’s
destiny following a directive from the Court docket of Attraction, Pobjeda reported. Earlier rulings had
indicated situations favoring Do Kwon’s extradition, leaving the ultimate resolution
within the palms of Justice Minister Andrej Milović.

Nonetheless, the Court docket of
Attraction clarified that Do Kwon, having consented to expedited extradition
proceedings, can be topic to the jurisdiction of the requesting nations.

Do Kwon’s protection
legal professional, Goran Rodić, emphasised authorized provisions favoring extradition to
South Korea, citing worldwide agreements and Montenegrin legal guidelines. Rodić
contended that prevailing authorized frameworks pointed in direction of South Korea because the
applicable jurisdiction for Do Kwon’s extradition.

Nonetheless, Justice
Minister Andrej Milović framed the choice as politically vital,
highlighting the USA’s standing as a key diplomatic ally. Milović underscored
efforts to ascertain a bilateral extradition settlement, signaling Montenegro’s
dedication to bolstering worldwide authorized cooperation.

The Excessive Court docket of
Podgorica has accepted the extradition of Do Kwon, the Co-Founder and Former
CEO of Terraforms Labs, to the US. Kwon
faces a number of prison counts within the US following the collapse of Terraform
Labs.

After rejecting South
Korea’s extradition plea, the Podgorica Excessive Court docket deliberated over Do Kwon’s
destiny following a directive from the Court docket of Attraction, Pobjeda reported. Earlier rulings had
indicated situations favoring Do Kwon’s extradition, leaving the ultimate resolution
within the palms of Justice Minister Andrej Milović.

Nonetheless, the Court docket of
Attraction clarified that Do Kwon, having consented to expedited extradition
proceedings, can be topic to the jurisdiction of the requesting nations.

Do Kwon’s protection
legal professional, Goran Rodić, emphasised authorized provisions favoring extradition to
South Korea, citing worldwide agreements and Montenegrin legal guidelines. Rodić
contended that prevailing authorized frameworks pointed in direction of South Korea because the
applicable jurisdiction for Do Kwon’s extradition.

Nonetheless, Justice
Minister Andrej Milović framed the choice as politically vital,
highlighting the USA’s standing as a key diplomatic ally. Milović underscored
efforts to ascertain a bilateral extradition settlement, signaling Montenegro’s
dedication to bolstering worldwide authorized cooperation.

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