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escape

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to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

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The bench asked why the police had not arrested the absconding suspect as during previous hearing, it had issued specific directives for the purpose.
The apex court had revoked the absconding cop's protective bail, issued on its behest on February 13, and ordered the ISI, MI and IB to assist in capturing Anwar and submit a report within 15 days.
CJP remarked " the absconding accused comes in the grip of law and he is caught sooner or later.
Haroon said that he had submitted an application with Additional Session Judge for implementation on the court orders to bring Musharraf back and the court had declared that the investigation officer had the power to initiate proceedings for issuance of red warrants for the absconding accused in the case.
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], October 17 ( ANI ): The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday arrested an absconding accused in an on-going investigation of a case relating to demonetised currency notes deposit.
Lawyer Eman Sabt said that an employer should file an absconding complaint with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs - Investigation and Follow-Up Section.
The judge ordered police to arrest all absconding accused, including two incumbent lawmakers, and produce before the court on October 4, today.
He warned that people or companies caught hiring absconding or other illegal workers will face the full force of law.
As all 10 accused in connection with the Diwali- eve murder in 1986 are absconding with non bailable warrant (NBW) pending against them, the prosecution has sought to split the trial and hold a separate trial against Devananda.
After absconding, my residency expired as my passport remained with my sponsor.
Maybe a new rule, such as finding and deporting them after three months from the date they are reported absconding, may be a good idea to curb the worsening problem.
The present study aimed to determine the characteristics of the absconding patients in a general hospital through a case-control design in Shiraz, Iran.
The employer was planning to cancel the absconding report when the maid left the house with 10 watches from her sponsor and Dh1,000 from another maid.
It's mandatory on all recruitment companies to provide substitutes for absconding maids to their employers over the entire term of their contracts, the Ministry of Labor said.
A CONVICTED murderer from Birmingham was being hunted by police last night after absconding from an open prison.