Definition of Jail:
place for incarceration
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Another was accused in a lawsuit of threatening to jail women if they didn’t have sex with him.
Maybe only a federal effort to establish standards and regulate compliance to them would be necessary before we no longer have a Robert Williams, a member of any minority group, or any citizen unjustly experience a night in jail or worse.
DHS agents in Portland have tear-gassed protesters and pulled individuals into unmarked vans, and some of those people were banned from attending any more protests as a condition of being released from jail.
Anyone who violated the law would be subject to a fine of $100-$500 – the equivalent of $1,700-$8,500 today – or a jail term of up to 150 days.
The officers then proceeded to grab his groceries, dump them to the ground, put him in handcuffs and take him to jail, where he’d spend the night for the crime of occupying multiple seats on a transit facility.
By life-changing series of events, he meant large fines and even jail time.
Why have I never heard until the day before yesterday of your suffering yourself to be cooped up in jail?
They say that if he gets a judgment against you, Elder, he will put you in jail, and all that; but of course that couldn't be.
Casey was arrested and conveyed to jail under great popular excitement.
For these people, under the older dispensation, there was nothing but the poorhouse, the jail or starvation by the roadside.