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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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The maximum penalty for failing to appear on bail will also double from 12 months to two years.
Mississippi has been a kind of laboratory for bail industry experiments.
Across England and Wales, offenders were convicted for 44,595 offences committed while on bail in 2013 - an average of 122 a day, or one every 12 minutes.
Bail must not be granted if the officer has any doubt over the suspect attending a court hearing, so a flight risk assessment must be made.
Being on police bail carries a stigma, causes stress and worry and often the accused loses their job.
But if the paperbook is not ready in two months, we will not give you a day more and cancel the bail," Chief Justice H.
The new figures come after Home Secretary Theresa May (left) told the College of Policing annual conference in Warwickshire that the Government would look at introducing a statutory time limit on how long suspects could be kept on pre-charge bail.
Anthony Sylvester, founder and driving force behind the company's fast growth said "Latisha and Vicki comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, they have many years of experience and proven track records, which make them a great addition to the Sly Bail Bond's family.
But Flintshire magistrates granted bail applications by solicitors Jones, 18, from Wrexham, was bailed to his aunt's address at Stanley Street in Mold, where he is subjected to a 7pm-7am curfew and is not to enter Wrexham Butterfield of Glasfryn, Plas Madoc, Acrefair, was bailed to a bail supported address in Lancashire.
Dean Dunham, who represents the 71-year-old, who lives in Studley, near Redditch, claimed the Met had decided to push back his bail until May while PR guru Max Clifford's trial over unconnected allegations continues.
And it's not just that bail is being used more frequently than it was 20 years ago.