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on Sunday, Guzman was also formally charged with violations of Mexico's drug-trafficking laws, starting a legal trial process in Mexico that would also make a swift extradition to the U.S. less likely., Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries., on Sunday, Guzman was also formally charged with violations of Mexico's drug-trafficking laws, starting a legal trial process in Mexico that would also make a swift extradition to the U.S. less likely. Guzman can appeal the judge's decision, a process that typically takes weeks or months, and in the past top drug suspects have often strung out appeals against extradition for months or years. Prominent trial lawyer Juan Velasquez, who has represented former Mexican presidents, said appeals "can delay it, but Mexico has removed a lot of the obstacles to extraditing people.", on Sunday, Guzman was also formally charged with violations of Mexico's drug-trafficking laws, starting a legal trial process in Mexico that would also make a swift extradition to the U.S. less likely., Many in Mexico see extradition as the best way to punish Guzman and break apart his empire, given the United States' more certain legal system and better investigation capacities. That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients., Guzman escaped a Mexican prison in 2001 and spent the next 13 years on the run before he was arrested Saturday morning in the Pacific coast city of Mazatlan by Mexican marines acting on U.S. intelligence. He faces charges in at least seven U.S. jurisdictions and U.S. officials have been pushing for his swift extradition., Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries. "If the United States asks for a Mexican to be extradited, that Mexican, sooner rather than later, will wind up extradited," said Velasquez, who is not involved in the Guzman case., gallery In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's … In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, Joaqu �, The Federal Judicial Council said the cocaine-trafficking charges date to 2009. The federal official said the Mexican government is weighing whether to try to send Guzman back to prison on the convictions for criminal association and bribery that he was serving time for when he escaped. At the time of his flight, he was also awaiting trial on charges of murder and drug trafficking, and the official said the Mexican government was also weighing whether to refile those charges. There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison.", There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison.", Many in Mexico see extradition as the best way to punish Guzman and break apart his empire, given the United States' more certain legal system and better investigation capacities. Guzman escaped a Mexican prison in 2001 and spent the next 13 years on the run before he was arrested Saturday morning in the Pacific coast city of Mazatlan by Mexican marines acting on U.S. intelligence. He faces charges in at least seven U.S. jurisdictions and U.S. officials have been pushing for his swift extradition., Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries., Mexican drug suspects have used such appeals in the past to delay extraditions for months or even years, though most eventually lose the appeals. The only option that would allow for dismantling this criminal network is extradition, and that's unfortunate," said Edgardo Buscaglia, an expert on the cartel and a senior research scholar at Colombia University. "Because, in the end, extraditions are an escape valve for Mexico," which has been slow to improve its own investigative police, prosecution and court system., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter., gallery In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's … In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, Joaqu � Mexican drug suspects have used such appeals in the past to delay extraditions for months or even years, though most eventually lose the appeals., There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison.", There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison."

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That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients., It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations., Guzman escaped a Mexican prison in 2001 and spent the next 13 years on the run before he was arrested Saturday morning in the Pacific coast city of Mazatlan by Mexican marines acting on U.S. intelligence. He faces charges in at least seven U.S. jurisdictions and U.S. officials have been pushing for his swift extradition. The only option that would allow for dismantling this criminal network is extradition, and that's unfortunate," said Edgardo Buscaglia, an expert on the cartel and a senior research scholar at Colombia University. "Because, in the end, extraditions are an escape valve for Mexico," which has been slow to improve its own investigative police, prosecution and court system., Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries., It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations. gallery In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's … In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, Joaqu …, It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations., Mexican officials are also weighing whether to renew a string of other charges that Guzman faces inside Mexico. The decision to bring one local charge against Guzman indicates that President Enrique Pena Nieto's administration is leaning toward refiling at least some of the others, further delaying any possible extradition. That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter., That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients. That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients., Mexican officials are also weighing whether to renew a string of other charges that Guzman faces inside Mexico. The decision to bring one local charge against Guzman indicates that President Enrique Pena Nieto's administration is leaning toward refiling at least some of the others, further delaying any possible extradition., gallery In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's … In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, Joaqu … drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have filed an appeal seeking an injunction against any attempt to extradite him to the United States, a federal court announced Monday., It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. Mexican drug suspects have used such appeals in the past to delay extraditions for months or even years, though most eventually lose the appeals., There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison.", Guzman can appeal the judge's decision, a process that typically takes weeks or months, and in the past top drug suspects have often strung out appeals against extradition for months or years. Prominent trial lawyer Juan Velasquez, who has represented former Mexican presidents, said appeals "can delay it, but Mexico has removed a lot of the obstacles to extraditing people." Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries., Mexican drug suspects have used such appeals in the past to delay extraditions for months or even years, though most eventually lose the appeals., There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison."

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Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter., drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have filed an appeal seeking an injunction against any attempt to extradite him to the United States, a federal court announced Monday., Mexican drug suspects have used such appeals in the past to delay extraditions for months or even years, though most eventually lose the appeals. It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations., The Federal Judicial Council said the cocaine-trafficking charges date to 2009. The federal official said the Mexican government is weighing whether to try to send Guzman back to prison on the convictions for criminal association and bribery that he was serving time for when he escaped. At the time of his flight, he was also awaiting trial on charges of murder and drug trafficking, and the official said the Mexican government was also weighing whether to refile those charges., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter., Many in Mexico see extradition as the best way to punish Guzman and break apart his empire, given the United States' more certain legal system and better investigation capacities., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. on Sunday, Guzman was also formally charged with violations of Mexico's drug-trafficking laws, starting a legal trial process in Mexico that would also make a swift extradition to the U.S. less likely., There are arguments for and against extraditing him," said security expert Jorge Chabat. "If he stays in Mexico there are risks he could escape or continue to control his criminal organization from inside prison.", Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries. That is not a far-fetched possibility; Velasquez, the lawyer, said some defense attorneys who get involved in such cases often act as messengers for their clients., It is a politically sensitive subject for the Pena Nieto administration, which has sought to carve out more control over joint anti-drug efforts with the United States. Analysts said the Pena Nieto administration was likely torn between the impulse to move Guzman to a nearly invulnerable U.S. facility, and the desire to show that Mexico can successful retry and incarcerate the man whose time as the fugitive head of the world's most powerful drug cartel had embarrassed successive Mexican administrations., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. Guzman escaped a Mexican prison in 2001 and spent the next 13 years on the run before he was arrested Saturday morning in the Pacific coast city of Mazatlan by Mexican marines acting on U.S. intelligence. He faces charges in at least seven U.S. jurisdictions and U.S. officials have been pushing for his swift extradition., drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have filed an appeal seeking an injunction against any attempt to extradite him to the United States, a federal court announced Monday., Guzman and his Sinaloa cartel allies have hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of dollars at their disposal, along with networks of corrupt officials, hitmen and other allies throughout Mexico. The cartel is believed to sell cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine in about 54 countries. "If the United States asks for a Mexican to be extradited, that Mexican, sooner rather than later, will wind up extradited," said Velasquez, who is not involved in the Guzman case., Guzman was charged with cocaine trafficking Sunday inside a maximum-security prison outside the nation's capital, Mexico's Federal Judicial Council announced. A judge has until Tuesday to decide whether to release him or start the process of bringing him to trial. Authorities believe the judge will launch the trial process, a Mexican federal official told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter., drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have filed an appeal seeking an injunction against any attempt to extradite him to the United States, a federal court announced Monday. gallery In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's … In this image released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, Joaqu …, Guzman escaped a Mexican prison in 2001 and spent the next 13 years on the run before he was arrested Saturday morning in the Pacific coast city of Mazatlan by Mexican marines acting on U.S. intelligence. He faces charges in at least seven U.S. jurisdictions and U.S. officials have been pushing for his swift extradition., drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have filed an appeal seeking an injunction against any attempt to extradite him to the United States, a federal court announced Monday.