off-duty Hollywood is now a full-time reality crime TV show, and the legal professionals involved are starting to get top billing.
The NOPD fired Knight in 1973 for stealing lumber from a construction site as an off-duty cop.
Three off-duty cops working as security guards apprehended Saylor and proceeded to restrain him in an ultimately fatal fashion.
For all practical purposes, off-duty soldiers on American bases enjoy the same Internet access as their civilian counterparts.
Meanwhile, the soldiers who are off-duty have dragged mattresses out of the cabins and are sleeping at the back of the deck.
As the off-duty man stumbled out of the wheelhouse, the skipper also turned to leave.
On off-duty days Pierre is my gardener at eleven sous an hour.
Mac came into the half-ruined dugout where the off-duty machine gunners were making tea over a fire of splintered logs.
In his spells of off-duty Branscombe was a regular book-worm.
She took her anxieties out walking several times on her off-duty, but nothing seemed to come of it.