incarcerated person

incarcerated person

noun captive, convict, connicted person, criminal, felon, hostage, inmate, internee, lawbreaker, prisoner, transgressor, wrongdoer
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However, many came out in support appreciating Kim Kardashian for featuring a previously incarcerated person and taking a step towards ending the stigma against people who have been imprisoned.
The Government, however, had no legal authority to release an incarcerated person, allowing him to proceed abroad.
While there is no affirmative duty to investigate, the Fourth Circuit has held that clearly established due process rights can be violated where officials fail to act after they have actual knowledge that an incarcerated person is innocent, and other circuit courts have found that those rights can be violated where the officers fail to act after they should have known that an incarcerated person was innocent.
Lewis Conway Jr., a candidate running for Austin City Council, is the first formerly incarcerated person in Texas to run for public office.
(238) For example, the telephone rates in prison are so expensive that they are often prohibitive, thus creating a financial burden for the families of the incarcerated person. (239) Similarly, visiting hours within jails and prisons are highly regulated.
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.
A third benefit of education in prison is the positive impact the experience has on an incarcerated person's self-worth.
The House version would allow compensation only if the wrongfully incarcerated person's prior record was limited to one or more third-degree felonies arising from a single episode.
It would do well to provide more of the tools needed for an incarcerated person to make it upon release.
(17) Twenty-one percent of non-heterosexual people in prison and 14.7% of people in jail with SPD reported sexual victimization by another incarcerated person. (18)
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.