Custody [noun]

Definition of Custody:

supervision, charge of something

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Sentence/Example of Custody:

Pauline Binam, a 30-year-old former detainee at Irwin County Detention Center in Ocilla, Georgia, had been in custody for about two years when she started having irregular menstrual bleeding.

In the spring of 2015, the death of Freddie Gray, 25, from injuries sustained in police custody brought demonstrators into the streets of Baltimore.

Hundreds of protesters gathered, but many of them were immediately taken into custody.

By Simonis’s own estimation, the scientist spent around eight hours in the agents’ custody.

Courts have also had trouble enforcing the orders and continuing to receive information from the government about migrants in its custody, she said.

The Community Review Board on Police Practices reviews all SDPD officer-involved shootings and in-custody deaths.

Were you ever arrested, having in your custody another man's cash, and would rather go to gaol, than break it?

The 'cage' was simply an arrangement for 'straiter custody,' though but rarely judged necessary in the case of ladies.

But if an officer touches you and takes you into custody there is an arrest even though you run away afterward.

And he went, and defeated the army of Demetrius: and took him, and brought him to Arsaces, and he put him into custody.