dejar en libertad condicional

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dejar en libertad condicional
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to release before the completion of a sentence)
a. to parole
El estafador ha sido condenado a cinco años de prisión, pero es muy posible que lo dejen en libertad condicional a los dos años.The fraudster has been sentenced to five years in prison, but it's quite possible that he'll be paroled after two years.
b. to release on parole
La dejaron en libertad condicional por buena conducta en prisión.She was released on parole for good conduct in prison.
2. (not to sentence to prison)
a. to put on probation
La jueza lo dejó en libertad condicional por considerar que el delito no revestía gravedad suficiente como para enviarlo a prisión.The judge put him on probation on the grounds that the crime was not serious enough to send him to prison.
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