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Synonyms for jail

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Synonyms for jail

a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)

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2012 and produced before the Learned Magistrate and I was remanded to fiscal custody and from that date I was in remand prison in various prisons and presently detained at the Anuradhapura prison
Pregnant "When I was in the remand prison I was visited by my wife every week.
He has been charged with lE se-majestE[umlaut], a crime that can carry a 15-year jail sentence in Thailand, and was being held at a remand prison pending further interviews, Boonlert said.
He faces three charges and will next appear on Thursday via a video link from a remand prison.
The dead man was thought to be a former inmate at Cloverhill - a remand prison designed to hold people awaiting trial.
The prison project partners for this facility are Remand Prison Stockholm Kronoberg in Sweden and Helsinki Central Prison in Finland.
Since then, he has been held in Songlha Remand Prison, known as The Gates of Hell.
Graham Stow, 41, and brother Andrew, 37, from Milford Haven, remain in remand prison in Faro and it is uncertain when the retrial will be held.
The South African detective leading the investigation, told Sunday People: "Saadt was already being accommodated in secure police holdings rather than in the remand prison because of threats to his life.
The new 258,000-square-foot Auckland Remand Prison incorporates all the amenities of a modern prison while respecting New Zealand's cultural and architectural requirements.
He repeated that sentiment in an interview with Kyodo News at the Bangkok Remand Prison Tuesday morning.
Many of the Japanese journalists stationed in Bangkok have been hanging around the Bangkok Remand Prison, where Tanaka is detained, to watch for his departure.
The experiment in running an outpost of the Citizens' Advice Bureau in a remand prison is approvingly described, although prisoners had difficulty using this service for a variety of reasons.
When Deya was charged, he asked the court to take him to Kamiti and not the Industrial Area remand prison.