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confinement of a prisoner in isolation from other prisoners

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one who lives in solitude

characterized by or preferring solitude

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of plants and animals

lacking companions or companionship

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being the only one

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devoid of creatures

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'Solitary' is based on a memoir 'Solitary: Unbroken by four decades in Solitary confinement, My Story of Transformation and Hope' about and penned by Albert Woodfox, who spent 43 years in solitary confinement in Louisiana's prison, Deadline reported.
Solitary "is a beautiful blend of passion, terror, and hope that everyone needs to experience," the review added.
Kendi said Solitary "is an astounding story and makes clear the inhumanity of solitary confinement."
On February 12, 2019, the Prison Law Office, Disability Rights California, and Cooley LLP filed a motion in federal court to halt the unconstitutional use of solitary confinement for people with serious mental illness and the denial of adequate mental health care to people in the Sacramento County Jails.
Experts hired by Sacramento County have described the county's solitary confinement practices as "dramatically out of step with emerging national standards and practices." At least three people have died by suicide in "Total Separation" solitary confinement since the experts made this finding.
Six by Ten: Stories from Solitary, edited by Mateo Hoke and Taylor Pendergrass, compels change by giving a voice to the voiceless.
Solitary confinement is one of the dirty little secretes of America's criminal justice system; sure, people know it's there, but few know how often it's used or how detrimental it can be.
PESHAWAR -- The Peshawar High Court on Thursday sought comments from the superintendent of Mardan Central Prison on the plea of an Indian national, Hamid Nehal Ansari, seeking his removal from solitary confinement in the jail, where he has been serving the sentence of three-year imprisonment awarded to him by the Field General Court Martial in Dec 2015 for espionage and involvement in anti-state activities.
A bench consisting of Chief Justice Yahya Afridi and Justice Syed Afsar Shah directed the prison's superintendent to explain the position after the petitioner's counsel, Qazi Mohammad Anwar, contended that Indian nationality could not be a legal argument for keeping a prisoner in solitary confinement.
Thyroid gland disorders are the most common endocrine disorder seen in clinical practice and solitary thyroid nodule is one of the common presentations of thyroid disorders.
Values were compared with those of 61 similarly immunosuppressed solitary kidney recipients or 31 liver allograft recipients.
There's an effort for reform of solitary confinement ( also known as restrictive housing or administrative segregation) in Maryland jails and prisons in the General Assembly.
Solitary or sporadic juvenile polyp (JP) is a hamartomatous lesion of the colon which is most frequently identified in young children.
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