English version

jump bail

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjump bailjump bailSCTto leave a town, city, or country where a court of law has ordered you to stay until your trial1(1) jump
Examples from the Corpus
jump bailIn the second scandal, bail bondsmen were getting their money back from the courts after their customers jumped bail.Besides, jumping bail would make her a criminal.
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