fugitive from the law

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She contended that Arshad was a fugitive from the law, arrested while attempting to flee the country.
She contended that Mr Arshad was a fugitive from the law, arrested while attempting to flee the country.
'As of now we are treating him as a fugitive from the law who got arrested because of the warrant of arrest,' Esquivel said.
In the present circumstances of the case, Justice Shah observed, Musharraf is not merely absenting himself from attending the Special Court, he has also been declared a proclaimed offender and, 'being a fugitive from the law, the accuse loses his right to audience.'
It is beyond belief that the law allows him to appeal against conviction despite being a criminal fugitive from the law. What is even more breathtaking is that he can use public money in the form of legal aid to pursue his appeal.
And there was the issue of the role played by the AGF in the rehabilitation, reinstatement and promotion of a civil servant and a fugitive from the law who was under EFCC investigation for corruption without the inputs of the investigator.
Assange is a fugitive from the law, hiding in an embassy, who has a history of undermining American interests," Graham said.
Al-Dosari was described only as a fugitive from the law. Two of the four suspects were killed in a shootout with police who surrounded their hideout in Wadi Noman, between the holy city and Taif, early Thursday, a ministry spokesman said.
The main suspect in the fraud, Juan Carlos Monzon, an aide to the vice president, is now a fugitive from the law.
Two years ago, Aaron fled the village as a fugitive from the law after taking an arson rap for Adam Thomas, who almost killed Cain Dingle in a fire COUPLE: Danny he started at the garage.
Technically, he was a fugitive from the law his entire life.
Now he is a fugitive from the law, having fled after being told he would be going back to prison for breaching the terms of his licence.

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