<[Eff. until Sept. 1, 2019, pursuant to L.1972, c. 339, § 10.]>
A person is guilty of absconding from temporary release in the second degree when
having been released from confinement in a correctional institution or division for
youth facility to participate in a program of work release, he intentionally fails
to return to the institution or facility of his confinement at or before the time
prescribed for his return.
Absconding from temporary release in the second degree is a class A misdemeanor.
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