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a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment

a prisonlike situation

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Recently, Heery completed its $245 million, 1,358-bed Federal Correctional Institution for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Berlin, N.H., as well as the Iowa Women's Correctional Institute in Mitchellville.
North Central Correctional Institute Building, 500 Old Colony Road.
7, 2012): Perry Cheney testified by phone from the Santiam Correctional Institute in a recent civil lawsuit trial regarding blinding his son in one eye.
Sweeney (information science and technology, Drexel U., Philadelphia) reports findings from a research project exploring the breadth of library services to juveniles in detention in the U.S., identifying in the process how juvenile detention librarianship differs from other young adult collections and services, and from adult correctional institute librarianship.
The day of the fatal accident, Yellowknee was released from Peace River Correctional Institute, made his way to Slave Lake, his hometown, and drank the day away.
The day of the fatal accident, Yellowknee was released from Peace River Correctional Institute, made his way to his hometown of Slave Lake, and drank the day away.
Quirk then applied the same methods and Sterman's EEG biofeedback training (increasing SMR at C-3/C-4) in a pilot study of 40 matched pairs of jailed felons at the Ontario Correctional Institute (OCI) near Toronto, Canada; and in a larger pilot study of 110 matched pairs.
For the California Correctional Institute of Tehaphi, CA, production of an average of 60 upholstered office chairs a day during the first seven months of its furniture manufacturing plant's operation translates into that bottom line.
Richey told The Scotsman newspaper, from behind bars at Mansfield Correctional Institute in Ohio, that he had turned back to his ex-wife, Wendy.
McCaughtry that officials at the Waupun Correctional Institute did not have a legitimate reason for denying James Kaufman's request to form an inmate group "interested in humanism, atheism, and free speaking." In a document requesting the formation of the group, Kaufman said the group would aspire to "stimulate and promote Freedom of Thought and inquiry concerning religious beliefs, creeds, dogmas, tenets, rituals and practices...."
All Death Row inmates at his current jail, Mansfield Correctional Institute, will be transferred there in July.
The League initiated this pilot project, designed to provide inmates, their children and caregivers resources and support, and was the driving force behind the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women's first "Families Rebuilding Families" Conference.
Correctional Facility, PO Box 600, Munising, MI 49862; Antwan Stallworth 524534, E-12-15L, Santa Rosa Correctional Institute, 5850 E.
Jubran spent the next 17 days under 22-hour lockdown at the Adult Correctional Institute in Cranston, Rhode Island, under conditions he described as "humiliating to any decent human." He said he daydreamed of escape and even contemplated suicide.
Others participated in the August 2000 Adult Correctional Institute job action in Cranston, Rhode Island, by taking over the prison's security when the guard force went on strike.
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