incarcerated person

incarcerated person

noun captive, convict, connicted person, criminal, felon, hostage, inmate, internee, lawbreaker, prisoner, transgressor, wrongdoer
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I could use the skills I already had when I realised that every incarcerated person is a part of a family.
I am a formerly incarcerated person who spent eight years in solitary confinement, including in both Corcoran and Pelican Bay State Prison security housing units, or SHUs.
Now a parole officer can monitor and test a formerly incarcerated person without [a] huge college-type expense.
It would do well to provide more of the tools needed for an incarcerated person to make it upon release.
7% of people in jail with SPD reported sexual victimization by another incarcerated person.
In the situation of persons in detention, dies ad quem corresponds to the moment when the decision is communicated to the incarcerated person or his lawyer.
One of the subject matter experts consulted, a formerly incarcerated person, stressed that reentry is often not a linear process.
189) Although an inmate is informed of his status upon entering the facility, the partner of an incarcerated person could be infected for years before realizing their health has been compromised.
In other words, even though an incarcerated person is no longer physically present at his old address, the old address remains determinative of his residence.
As a former incarcerated person in California from 1969 to 1975, I'd like to give some facts.
It is clear to us, from both the ease with which a life sentence can be made to stick and the lack of evidence of capital punishment's deterrent effect, that killing an incarcerated person does not fall within the scope of reasonable state use of force.