jail inmate

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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 30 (ANI): A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court seeking Criminal Investigation Department (CID) inquiry in the murder case of jail inmate Manjula Shetye inside the Byculla Jail.
Another jail inmate Gursewak Singh's father Swarn Singh had withdrawn ` 22,69,365 from his bank account ( No 3447000101068196) and had deposited the same in another account ( No 0172000106384495) of one Sukhminder Singh.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics has released two reports relative to prison and jail inmate populations.
A jail inmate brought a pro se civil rights suit seeking to challenge the propriety of charges of escape and other crimes.
In 1996, the Phoenix New Times, a newsweekly, reported the death of jail inmate Scott Norberg at the Maricopa County Jails.
Based on NIJ's extensive research on jail inmate work and industry programs, a continuum has been developed that identifies the wide range of programs that may fall under the industry definition.
Tenders are invited for Municipal Jail Inmate Telephone Services
The relative of a former jail inmate brought a [section] 1983 action alleging that a 45% commission, paid to the county by the jail's telecommunications providers on surcharged collect telephone calls from inmates, constituted a tax on inmates' relatives that violated the Equal Protection Clause.
If any mobile is recovered from any jail inmate then the superintendent jail will be liable to be proceeded against under law.
Maybe this will help us in attaining a bright future," said Rahul Upadhyay, a jail inmate.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) released Suicide and Homicide in State Prisons and Local Jails, which describes historical trends in state prison and local jail inmate mortality rates based on inmate death records submitted by local jails (for 2000-2002) and state prisons (for 2001-2002).
Suicide had been the leading cause of jail inmate deaths in 1983, but the death rate from illnesses and natural causes (69 per 100,000 inmates) was higher in 2002.