- Escapees, Prison
- Prison escapees
- Fugitives from justice
- found: Work cat.: Alabama State Penitentiary. Escaped convicts, years 1919 and 1920, 1920.
- found: Dictionary, encyclopedia, and thesaurus - the Free dictionary, via WWW, Sept. 10, 2010 legal dictionary/escape [search term] (Escape -- The criminal offense of fleeing legal custody without authority or consent. ... An escape takes place when the prisoner is able to remove himself or herself from the lawful control of an authorized custodian. ... It is ordinarily necessary to prove that an escaped prisoner was actually attempting to evade legal confinement)
- found: FourthAmendment.com - Archives for: March 2009, 13, via WWW, Sept. 30, 2010 (CA5: Prison escapee has no REP in a motel room he is hiding in. A prison escapee hiding in a motel room has no constitutionally recognizable reasonable expectation of privacy. His status as a prisoner with virtually no Fourth Amendment rights continues into his escape status. United States v. Ward, 561 F.3d 414 (5th Cir. 2009))
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