get a pull
 v.— «I’ve always thought since, that for what I done for them I was going to get a pull (be arrested.)» —“Sunday Mirror Investigates Scandal Of Bribe To Escape Prison Term: Cash For Pardons” by Graham Johnson The Mirror (U.K.) Oct. 10, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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