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He pleaded with the bench to bar NAB from arresting Amir Muqam without the issuance of arrest warrants.
The arrest of two suspects for robbing two motorcycles in Sadr City and Bab al-Sheikh areas and arresting an accused for trying to steal gold jewelry from a girl in Al-Amel neighborhood, the statement outlined ".
(10) The fact of the arrest, the charges, and information about the suspect are entered into computerized databases with national links, and therefore are available far beyond the arresting agency.
For example, the most complete entry I looked at on March 16 included the date of the arrest, time of the arrest, location, booking type, 13-digit arrest number, name of the arresting officer, name of the booking officer, status of the arrest, date and time of release, who set the bail, who provided the bail, bail amount, arrestees' name, sex, race, age, list of charges, statute under which the person was arrested, the violation, legal description.
The NYPD's focus on arresting young people who have no criminal records simply to charge them with possession of small amounts of marijuana violates the intent of New York State Law.
Instead of arresting them, though, he threatened them once more and told them never to go to the bookstore or the mall again.
The first question is, simply, "Why are presumably stable patients admitted to our medical floors arresting in the first place?"
The Chinese government has established a pattern of arresting Catholics associated with the underground Church just before major holidays or important political meetings.
A defendant arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana brought a [section] 1983 action against the arresting officers, alleging false arrest and malicious prosecution.
Their attacks on arresting officers are less significant as "opposition" to the reformation of manners campaign than as evidence of the real power that it possessed.
Hixon told the Reporter this fail that a formal investigation had shown that the three arresting officers violated many procedures.
When British Prime Minister Tony Blair came to power in 1997, he initiated a policy of forcibly arresting war-crimes indictees in the British sector of Bosnia.