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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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He also ordered the defence counsel to submit a written application for consideration of their bail.
49th Street Bail Bonds serves all of Pinellas County including Clearwater, Tampa Bay, Largo, St.
The accused was again granted bail by additional and sessions judge Rawalpindi and the court has cancelled this bail.
The new bail support services will improve bail accountability by providing the support and supervision that young people need to meet their bail conditions.
He pleaded to the court to grant post-arrest bail to the suspended police officer, arguing that the matter needed further investigation.
He pleaded with the court to grant relief of the bail to the accused.
The division's clerk of court office and the cashier's office opened shop with only a few staff members to accommodate Estrada's posting of bail.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said: "Pre-charge bail is a useful and necessary tool but in many cases it is being imposed on people for many months, or even years, without any judicial oversight - and that cannot be right.
amp;nbsp;Li's attorney, Geoff Carr, said that the huge amount of her bail was raised by Li's friends, family, relatives and business associates of her mother, who had made it big in the Chinese construction business.
The analogy between community bail funds and nullifying juries is necessarily an imperfect one.
In his statement, Holder argued that bond schedules, a list of crimes, and bail amounts for each crime used when court is not in session were incompatible with the equal protection clause because they create a two-tiered system of justice.
Colombo, March 14 -- Yoshitha Rajapaksa and three others were granted bail by Judge A.