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[uh-res-tee] /ə rɛsˈti/
a person who is under arrest.
Origin of arrestee
1840-50, for earlier sense; arrest + -ee Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Instead, each arrestee is physically accompanied by individual officers for booking.
  • The arrestee may request the judge to have the charge sheet translated to him orally, if this is not done routinely.
  • If the subject is an arrestee, give the qualifying arrest statute code and the arrest tracking number in the spaces provided.
  • Following each interview, the arrestee provided a urine sample that was later tested for the presence of the five drugs.
  • The arrestee shall obtain a confirmatory test when necessary.
  • If the arrestee fails to show for testing, bond is revoked.
  • It left us only able to depend on what the arrestee tell us.
  • The arrestee may make a cash bond in the full amount.

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