jailed person

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It is assumed that date was set because Iranian law requires that any jailed person not put on trial within two years must be freed.
Ideally the jailed person would be able to leave as soon as possible and enjoy his or her freedom once again.
One of the amendments states that as the name of the jailed person continues to be on the electoral rolls, he or she also continues to be an elector and can file nomination for an election.
Cicek said, "if a legal arrangement is made to enable a jailed person to be released when elected a deputy, Murat Karayilan (PKK top member) or Alparslan Arslan (who staged an armed attack on the Council of State) can enter the parliament.
We usually bond the jailed person by third parties," Pantazes says.
Manhattan federal Judge Paul Crotty has given both sides time until October 4 to hammer out a deal over the requested records, which includes audiotapes and transcripts of phone conversations Diallo had with a jailed person a day after Strauss Kahn was arrested.
JULY 10, 2013 SC upholds Patna HC order barring people in police custody from contesting polls SEPT 8, 2013 passes bill removing the clause from R P Act which did not allow persons in jail from contesting polls NOV 19, 2013 After centre states that the R P Act has been amended to allow jailed persons to contest polls, SC gives the go- ahead APR 4, 2014 SC issues notice to centre on a plea which challenged the amendment.
But despite past encounters with jailed persons and correctional systems, I was unprepared for the profound soulful connections I would develop with Vermont's incarcerated women by writing weekly with them for four years.
Their escape was not an unplanned operation, which was carried out by some relatives of the jailed persons or angry police officers following the bloody Friday of January 28, 2011.
The country also maintained high scores in many indicators, such as number of crimes in society, homicides per 100,000 people, number of jailed persons, and ease of access to small arms and light weapons.
The authorities refused to make public the names of the jailed persons only two have been identified.
JULY 10, 2013: SC upholds Patna HC order barring people in police custody from contesting polls SEPT 8, 2013: Centre passes Bill removing the clause from the RP Act which did not allow persons in jail to contest polls NOV 19, 2013: After the Central government informs that the RP Act has been amended to allow jailed persons to contest polls, the SC gives the go- ahead