Despite what you may have read elsewhere over the past few days, this is what the Avrohom Mondrowitz extradition process looks like from here out:
- Last Thursday, January 17 was the final extradition hearing in this round, so to speak.
- The judge will issue a decision on extradition in approximately one month. (The time frame is a very educated guess from a well-placed person in Israel. Still, it is only a guess.)
- When that decision is handed down, there will almost certainly be an appeal to the Supreme Court.
- That appeal process will take about one year. (Eight months at the least, much more than one year at the most.)
- Mondrowitz was ordered jailed until the end of these proceedings, but he can appeal that decision.
If this seems familiar to you, it should. I posted or linked to most of these details last week.