Incarcerate [verb]

Definition of Incarcerate:

put in jail, confinement

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Freedom didn’t take to him initially, and he was incarcerated once more in 2011 due to a variety of charges, including one count of inciting a riot.

The priority group also includes those in assisted-living facilities and incarcerated people at high risk of developing complications from covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

In 2017, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges called for judges to ensure that teenagers who violate probation are not incarcerated.

Before he goes, he’d like to set an example of how to be an incarcerated elected official, for others who might run to represent the jail in the future.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation reported 411 active cases among people incarcerated in the facility and 71 active employee cases.

Roughly 1 in 5 incarcerated people in the United States is in for a drug offense.

Such policies could increase the likelihood of the virus spreading between staff and those incarcerated.

Dwaine Coleman said that’s what he did while incarcerated at Vienna Correctional Center in 2014 for marijuana possession.

Greyston Bakery practices “open hiring” to provide economic opportunities to marginalized populations, such as the formerly incarcerated.

There were about 32,000 incarcerated individuals in Illinois as of June.