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bail out

A popular term borrowed from aviation (e.g., a crew parachuting out of a striken aircraft) referring to any situation in which an operator or interventionist drops out or quits unexpectedly.
 
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She pledged that her clients would not jump bail and would produce reliable sureties.
Bail support accommodation aims to reduce the number of young people remanded in police watch houses or youth detention centres.
After hearing arguments from both the sides, the bench dismissed the bail petition.
But, the court after hearing detailed arguments of parties granted bail to the accused.
Under the rules, the amount of bail to be posted in cases of bailable offenses shall be fixed by the chair of the division to which they are assigned or any justice of the division acting in his behalf.
When they engage in "bail nullification," community bail funds have the potential to shape and shift legal meaning in at least three important ways.
At the time, the group of Equal Justice Under Law attorneys told The New York Times that it was launching a "guerrilla campaign" against 15,000 smaller jurisdictions as the method to achieving their goal of "ending the American money bail system.
The High Court Judge ordered the bail order to be sent the Kaduwela Magistrate Court immediately.
Author Gary Trotter, a lawyer and law professor, wrote this survey of the law and procedure of bail in Canada for the layperson.
Bail is an essential lubricant of American justice, asserted Nicholas Wachinski, executive director of the American Bail Coalition, a trade group for insurance companies that underwrite bail bonds.
PEOPLE on bail committed an average of 10 offences a day in the West Midlands.
THE Supreme Court on Tuesday granted regular bail to Tehelka founder editor Tarun Tejpal accused of molesting a junior female colleague during an event organised by the magazine in November last year.