return to prison

See: remand
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On February 6th, just four days into his furlough, Namazi's son, a Dubai-based lawyer named Babak Namazi, called a press conference in Washington, DC to announce that his father had been forced to return to prison despite a recommendation from a government medical examiner that he be allowed out for a minimum of three months.
The number of Michigan offenders who return to prison has reached its lowest level since the state began recording three-year re-incarceration rates.
When the officers put his details through a national computer, they found he'd failed to return to prison after being given home leave while serving a five-year sentence for assault.
The Brussels-based International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has written Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi calling for an end to the pursuit of Reza Shahabi, a prominent labor activist who has refused to comply with a summons to return to prison.
A VIOLENT robber who failed to return to prison after being temporarily released for a day has had his prison sentence lengthened.
The more a participant's language choices changed during rehab, the less likely that individual was to return to prison, they found.
It doesn't deal with the conditions that lead people to criminal activity in the first place, or to return to prison later.
A HUNT is under way for a murderer who failed to return to prison.
Crimestoppers is now offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest of Kerr - who police said must return to prison "as a matter of urgency".
He was clearly expecting a knock on the door from our officers as a suitcase had been packed in preparation of his pending return to prison.
Former Central Bank governor and government minister Christodoulos Christodoulou, sentenced to five months in prison for tax evasion on Monday, remained hospitalised at Nicosia General on Tuesday after complaining of chest pain, but an independent medical board will rule Wednesday whether he will stay in hospital or return to prison.
Every person who is confined and released who does not return to prison is a success story; a success story of returning citizens who become law abiding citizens who pay taxes, rather than returning to prison and becoming a drain on the public and social welfare systems.