fresh pursuit

Definition of "fresh pursuit"
  1. A law enforcement officer's chase of a suspected criminal, believed to have just committed a crime, permitting the officer to arrest the suspect without a warrant and cross into other jurisdictions if necessary
How to use "fresh pursuit" in a sentence
  1. The officer began fresh pursuit after witnessing the bank robbery.
  2. Despite speeding across the state line, the elected official couldn't escape the fresh pursuit.
  3. The shoplifter was arrested after a fresh pursuit through the mall.

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