Mexico City ,
The federal judge who granted an outright suspension to drug smuggler Rafael Caro Quintero, which currently blocks his delivery to the United States, decided to deny the jurisdiction to continue hearing the case, as he said it would be in the state. is up to the District Judge. Mexico to continue testing.
The judge’s decision has no effect on Cairo Quintero, as the given suspension will remain in force. Francisco Resendiz Neri, Judge of the Seventh District of Emparo in Criminal Cases in Jalisco, explained that, due to territorial issues, a federal judge from the State of Mexico should continue the trial, as is being held in Capo. Altiplano Maximum Security PrisonWhere any order can be executed against you.
He indicated that in this case the first hypothesis provided in the first paragraph of Article 37 of the Amparo Law has been updated, since the claimed acts are being executed outside the State of Jalisco.
“In this context, it is clear that the constitutional controlling body competent to resolve the present trial of the guarantee is the District Judge in the Amparo cases and federal trials in the State of Mexico, with residence in Toluca, in turn, since the location of The detention center where the act claimed by the petitioner is being done or is intended to be done is in the jurisdiction in which the Federal Court exercises, that is, in the State of Mexico, where the legal consequences are formally executed and the content of which of the acts it claims”, details the published agreement.
In the event that the judge to whom the claim is assigned decides not to accept jurisdiction, a judicial conflict will arise that must be resolved by a collegiate court within a period not exceeding eight days.
Judge Resendiz Neri announced yesterday that he has granted an outright suspension to Caro Quintero, which prevents the federal government from deporting or deporting the country to the United States without first facing an extradition trial.
Emparo was promoted by Angelica Caro Quintero, a demand that had already been approved by her brother Rafael.