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His confinement is a hideous vision; and his old life a reality.
If his period of confinement have been very long, the prospect of release bewilders and confuses him.
At one of the periodical meetings of the inspectors of this prison, a working man of Philadelphia presented himself before the Board, and earnestly requested to be placed in solitary confinement.
In this cell, the man, who had not the firmness to leave a glass of liquor standing untasted on a table before him - in this cell, in solitary confinement, and working every day at his trade of shoemaking, this man remained nearly two years.
The prisoners' society told PNN that Abu Sisi is one of the prisoners who were kept in solitary confinements despite the signed agreement to release them from their isolation.
Lower courts later determined that lengthy confinements for contempt simply serve to punish the person - rather than force them to talk - and that violates legal limits on punitive sentences for contempt.
The fact the Supreme Court is involved in any way is a big deal," said Brooklyn Law School Professor Jayne Ressler, an expert in coercive confinement cases.
While the main issue before the high court is whether a person can be held in coercive confinement for such a long time, Fine remains hopeful the justices will also consider the issue of judges' pay.
Some confinements have a storage tank directly underneath the hogs.
Unlike the strict regulation in the sewer industry which allows only short, regulated shifts in a confined space, workers in confinements have no education about or regulation of the dangerous environment in which they must work.
There are scientific papers studying these same gases, hydrogen sulfide and ammonia, in confinements.