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the willful failure to appear as required before a judge or court by a person out on bail

The prosecutor’s office filed bail-jumping charges today against the man.
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  • Bailable

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    a person to whom personal property is delivered in bailment. Historical Examples If it ever came to anything like that, which I don’t think it will, the charge would be embezzlement or perhaps larceny as bailee. The Financier Theodore Dreiser It has often been remarked that a servant must be distinguished from a bailee. The […]

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