penal institution

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an institution where persons are confined for punishment and to protect the public

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Transparency was established through a third-party Penal Institution Vision Committee and inmates rights and obligations and the authority of officers was clarified.
The Casa de Detencao mixed not only prisoners accused of vastly different types of infractions but also both slaves and free persons, which lent added peculiarity to this penal institution and predisposed it to both the extralegality and procedural ambiguity that would characterize it well into the post-abolition period.
Plastic Waste Bins (1,000) for Penal Institution are sought by Safety Supply Co.
This is meant to be a penal institution not some casual doss house for those who can't control their urges.
This is a Category C penal institution which no doubt contains elderly lifers.
In the late 19th century, Dr Callistratus is the governor of a brutal penal institution in a remote castle.
First, an investigation into the specific circumstances surrounding the child's death in the penal institution will take place.
An "alien unlawful enemy combatant," once convicted, can then be sent abroad to be held in a penal institution of any U.
He's 12 years old and in the sixth grade, the First year of a three-year stretch at a middle school, that universally derided penal institution that serves no clear pedagogical function and has, in my experience, zero defenders among students, parents, and educators alike.
The third story, spoken in the voice of an older man, Jones, is a series of letters written by the warden of a penal institution to the mother of an executed convict, describing his final hours of life.
it's the only maximum-security prison in the Department of Defense and the oldest penal institution in the federal prison system.
The sentences run concurrently, so that with good conduct in the penal institution the fellows may get off with five years only.
The Matsumoto penal institution is among many in the country that are bursting at the seams.
Any income earned for services provided by an inmate in a penal institution is not "earned income" for the purposes of the EITC, according to IRC section 32(c)(2)(B)(iv).
The author then applies each of the social theories to determine the extent to which they can explain the development of the respective penal institution as a response to the surrounding social conditions.