TITLE X- JURISDICTIONAL RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN AUTHORITIES
CHAPTER I- EXTRADITION
SECTION I- EXTRADITION ABROAD
Article 495- Arrest by the judicial police
1. In case of urgency, the judicial police may carry out the arrest of the person who is subject to request for temporary arrest. It also carries out the attachment of the real evidence of the criminal offence and of the objects connected with it.
2. The authority which has carried out the arrest shall immediately inform the prosecutor and the Minister of Justice. The prosecutor, within forty-eight days, shall make the arrested available to court of the territory where the arrest has taken place, sending also the relevant documents.
3. The court, within forty eight hours from the arrest, approves it if there are the requirements or orders the release of the arrested person. The decision rendered by the court shall be informed to the Minister of Justice.
4. The arrest shall be revoked in case the Minister of Justice does not request, within ten days from the approval, its continuance.
5. The copy of the decision rendered by the court regarding the coercive measures and attachments, in accordance with these articles, shall be notified to the prosecutor, interested person and his defence lawyers who may appeal to the court of appeal.
EXTRADITION FROM OUTSIDE THE STATE
Request for temporary detention
1. In urgent cases, if there is a danger that the person whose extradition is sought will leave or hide, the Minister of Justice may, even before the submission of the extradition request, ask the requested state to detain the person temporarily.
2. A request for temporary detention contains the elements provided in article 35 of this law.
1. In urgent cases, the Court may request the provisional arrest of the person sought, pending presentation of the request for surrender and the documents supporting the request as specified in article 91.