When I first read this sentence, I thought that it should have been written like the below one.
If you hadn't been guilty, you wouldn't have gone on the run.
This is because my understanding about the sentence structure of past unreal condition is like:
If the two sentences are not interchangeable, then would you explain how different they are?
I have noticed a similar question raised at "If they were Vs If They had been", but it doesn't answer my question, so I put my own post this time.