1005 N. Marion St.
Tampa, FL 33602
813.250.0500

Waiver of Extradition Form

What does the standard extradition of bond form in Florida look like? After being detained in a Florida jail on an out of state fugitive from justice warrant, you might be asked to sign a “waiver of extradition” form.

The forms used in the different counties in Florida vary, but we added the language from one such sample “waiver of extradition” form below.

lN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR ______ COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: ________________________
WAIVER OF EXTRADITION
I, ______do hereby freely and voluntarily state that I am the identical _______________ against whom criminal proceedings, charging me with the commission of a felony, specifically ___________________ instituted in the County of ______________________________, State/Commonwealth of ________________.
I hereby certify that I was brought before ____________, Circuit/County Court Judge in and for _____ County, Florida, and was informed  of my rights under the State of Florida regarding the issuance and service of a warrant of extradition and was further informed of my constitutional rights to obtain a Writ of Habeas Corpus to contest the legality of my arrest.
In view of my legal rights in extradition proceedings as heretofore explained to me before this Honorable Court, I do hereby waive any and all such legal and constitutional rights and do further consent to this Waiver of Extradition as evidenced by my signature, as hereto affixed.
I do this voluntarily of my own free will and without duress or promise of reward of leniency and agree, consent and elect to return to said County of ______________________________, State/Commonwealth of ________________ for the purpose of answering  to the charges alleged and presently pending against me.
This waiver is made by me without reference to my guilt or innocence and shall not be considered in any manner as prejudicing my case.
This waiver is not in any sense an admission of guilt.
I further wholly exonerate _________, as Sheriff of _______County, FL, and any of his agents, deputies and/or assigns from any and all liability in this connection and agree to voluntarily accompany to the State/Commonwealth of ________________, any peace officer who may be sent to take me to said State/Commonwealth for trial.
It is further understood and agreed to that I will be remanded to the Sheriff of _______ County and be held without bond pending extradition.
Signed: ____________________
Date: ____________________
This statement and waiver executed in triplicate in the City of ______, in the County of _____, and in the State of Florida, this _______ day of ______________, 2019.
________________________________________
Circuit/County Judge, ______ County, FloridaTHE ABOVE NAMED RESPONDENT, HAVING WAIVED HIS RIGHT OF EXTRADITION, IS HEREBY REMANDED WITHOUT BOND PENDING ARRIVAL OF THE DEMANDING STATE.


Attorney for Extradition in Florida

Before you decide about signing a waiver of extradition form or asking for an extradition bond, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Sammis Law Firm.

Our attorneys represent individuals being held for extradition to or from Florida.

Call 813-250-0500 to discuss your case.


This article was last updated on Friday, August 23, 2019.

Contact Form

Free Case Evaluation

Schedule a consultation

Schedule a Consultation
Schedule a Free Consultation at Our Office

Call us to schedule a time to talk with the attorneys in the office or over the phone.

Office: 813.250.0500 Fax: 813.276.1600

Contact Our Office

Contact Our Office
Our Tampa Office

Sammis Law Firm 1005 N. Marion St. Tampa, FL 33602 » Get Directions

Attorneys & Staff

Side Menu