In order for someone to be found guilty of attempted escape the government must prove that the person the person was in the custody of [e.g., a Deputy United States Marshal] and that the person did something that was a substantial step toward escaping from custody. Mere preparation is not a substantial step toward committing the crime of attempted escape.


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