jail cell

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I was free in my jail cell to watch all the fiery speeches of our leaders, who were very passionately speaking out against the racial profiling by the military, para-military and police forces of the Pashtuns.
Officials said Hernandez used a bed sheet to hang himself in his jail cell.
Changes could include expanding requirements for nurses or emergency medical technicians in jails around-the-clock, making telemedicine available to detainees or inmates and a using card swipe system to monitor jail cell checks.
Instead of being held in a jail cell, the person having a mental issue can be taken to the 136-suite facility in Sunderland, which is a designated healthbased place of safety.
The former judge appealed to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to intervene and make sure that those in detention are not kept in the same jail cell as HIV-infected inmates.
Three partygoers found themselves socialising in a jail cell after getting into an argument with a cabbie.
But despite the sentence, which followed a six-year trial in Milan, the media tycoon is unlikely to see the inside of a jail cell soon.
woman and an advocacy group for women in conflict with the law are upset after a female inmate gave birth to a baby boy inside a jail cell at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention center without a doctor present.
Summary: HAVANA, Rabi&' Al-Awwal 09, 1432 H/Feb 12, 2011, SPA -- A well-known Cuban dissident has returned home a day after saying he would not leave his jail cell until other opposition leaders were freed.
If you live in Italy and if the barking of your dogs keeps the neighbours up at night, it's you who might wind up caged -- in a jail cell.
According to reports, Hazrat Nabi, a prisoner convicted of murder, committed suicide by hanging himself with rope in the bathroom of the Jail cell.
Convicted murderer and rapist Antonis Prokopiou Kitas was yesterday back in his jail cell after spending the previous night in hospital after driving a metal object into his abdomen.
BRITON Ricky William Felton, who was due to face rape charges in the UK, has been found hanged in his jail cell near Madrid.
3 : to confine by or as if by enclosing or by blocking the way out <Guards shut the thieves in a jail cell.
Bush appeared before a judge Wednesday but in his jail cell, his brother said