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Synonyms for jailed

being in captivity

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We have pulled together a collection of photographs of offenders who have been convicted and jailed at courts around the North East throughout the month.
Infants born to women who had been incarcerated four or more times during pregnancy weighed 224 g less than those born to women who had been jailed only once; they also had significantly elevated odds of being delivered preterm (odds ratio, 3.
Carol Whitney, described as the banker, 53, of Hildebrand Road, Walton, was jailed for eight years; Michael Waters, 25, of Grasmere Street, Anfield, was jailed for five years and four months; Neil Brady, 34, of Lauriston Road, Walton, was jailed for six years and nine months and street dealer Wayne Hincks, 28, of Hilary Close, Anfield, was jailed for six years and eight months.
Perez was originally jailed on suspicion of murder and Rodriguez on suspicion of carjacking.
According to Sheriff's Department records obtained this week by the Daily News, most inmates are released after serving just 10 percent of their sentences, and many thousands wind up jailed again within months on other charges.
Some theorize that leaders of the prison gang called the Mexican Mafia, or La Eme, may be ordering jailed Latinos to attack African- Americans as a sort of initiation rite.
Unlike the other jails, the North County Correctional Facility houses felons, including those jailed on ``three-strike'' offenses and awaiting sentencing to state prison.
Torres, who was jailed for selling drugs, said that over the course of 11 months, he repeatedly asked to see a doctor when one of his testicles swelled to the size of a baseball.
Middlebrook said Hahn approved a request for jail time and Pringel suggested to the judge in chambers that Simpson should be jailed.
One man, who said he had been jailed in a domestic dispute, said the ceremony was more than simple relief from the daily grind at the jail.
The threat came from the same court that in July ordered a 12-year-old girl jailed for refusing to visit her father.