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    they acted with intent

    "They acted with intent to prevent lawful apprehension."
    'They' are the people who might be arrested, and not the police,
    right?
    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: they acted with intent

    You're right. It should be, "They acted with intent to prevent their lawful apprehension."


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    Re: they acted with intent

    Thank you very much, Mykwyner.

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