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imprison

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lock up or confine, in or as in a jail

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There seems to be, quite literally, no end in sight, no escape for us or for those we incarcerate.
As the prison population continues its costly growth, debate on the issue of incarceration seems to revolve around not whether or not to incarcerate offenders but just how hard to throw the book at them.
It is estimated that by 2022, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) will incarcerate about 30,000 elders.
The court also held that the arrest warrant used to arrest the plaintiff was defective under state law because is was not a bench warrant, which was the only warrant the judge had the authority to issue, and therefore a false imprisonment claim was viable since the process could have been obtained in bad faith as a means for the officer to incarcerate the plaintiff and extract information from him.
California spent $635 million in 2003 to incarcerate criminal aliens in state prisons, but received only $77 million in reimbursements from the federal government, the reports showed.