What is the Meaning of: Escape | Concept and Definition of: Escape

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Evasion, from the latin evasĭo, is action and the effect to flee or escape (escape to a fix, avoid danger, make smuggling money or goods/goods of a country, escape, escape).
The term can refer to the prison escape. The escape, in this sense, is the action that allows one or more prisoners escape from prison while eluding surveillance and security systems. Examples: "the criminal escaped in a few minutes and he is currently wanted by the police", "guards have managed to cancel the escape of four prisoners", "I stayed in prison for three years and I admit that evasion is an idea that went me through the head every day.
Escape involves various offences following the condition of the detainee. If one who escapes performed a penalty, escape makes it responsible for the crime of escape from prison. This is the case of a man sentenced to five years in prison who escapes while there remain another three years. However, if the fugitive was under a regime of probation or parole, the escape will be losing the deposit.
The tax evasion (or tax evasion) is a legal figure driven by the non-payment of taxes and the taxes established by law. The escape is voluntary act of payment which is condemned by the law to be considered a crime or an administrative offence. Money says black is one that is won without being declared to the tax authorities. What are so revenue somehow illegal.
Finally, the escape can be both physical and psychological. Escape may be to take a trip to relax and do some good.
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