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

a prisonlike situation

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Marshall, an author and passionate advocate for outreach programs targeted at at-risk youth is offering a detailed report on what it means to be incarcerated and the different methods employed by the penal system in his new book.
"This is an honour for our penal system and for the Republic of Cyprus," he said.
Our penal system also seems to presume that, for individuals over 18, criminal intent is the sole impetus for any criminal behavior.
Set in France during the early 1800's, Hugo's story of the extreme hardships of poverty, the consequences of an unjust penal system, and human desperation so great it erupts into violent revolution is both a gripping, character-driven drama and an eloquent plea for the downtrodden and disenfranchised.
"E yon ho e kailangan nating reviewhin yung ating penal system e.
It asks whether Mr Gove "will withdraw from the contract for training needs analysis with the Saudi penal systems in the light of recent concerns with the Saudi penal system in particular the cases of Mohammed al-Nimr, Raif Badawi and Karl Andree".
The guests got acquainted with innovations in the penitentiary system of Kyrgyzstan, as well as they were informed about their experiences in reforming penal system.
Our justice and penal system needs a drastic reform.
The authors look at the history of the American penal system, the history of punishment and social structure in the U.S., sentencing trends, correctional practice, and they investigate critical issues and policy questions regarding corrections in the U.S., including corrections and citizens of color, women in the corrections system, and the death penalty, among other subjects.
It is not necessarily their fault, more the fault of a wider justice and penal system that would grant such a dangerous man freedom and anonymity in the first place.
It's funny in parts and a love story but basically an indictment of the penal system and colonisation.
While there, he kept detailed, illustrated journals of his experience, as well as his ruminations about the penal system. After he got out, he turned the journals into a series of 42 narrative posters, and they're all on display at the Springfield Museum starting Friday.
He covers the global Portuguese penal system to about 1830; setting the stage for Africa; colonial realities in an empire without Brazil; crimes, punishments, ages, and origins of convicts; work and freedom; and comparisons and conclusions.
Anyone who engages or condones these sentiments of racial superiority deserves everything that the law and penal system can muster.
adults is in the penal system. This mass incarceration is by far the largest in the world.