1Lawencarcelarmeter en la cárcel
- If litterers don't pay their fines on time, they can be imprisoned for up to six months.
- He and his three co-defendants had been wrongly imprisoned for nine years.
- Whenever and wherever the U.S. government imprisons someone, the courts should be able to review it.
- He was cleared of kidnap and assault but served eight months in military prison after falsely imprisoning the woman.
- A Sheffield woman who was wrongfully imprisoned following an armed raid on her home has won compensation from police.
- As a result of that, he had been imprisoned, but had in some way managed to escape and make his way to this country.
- The statement almost caused some of the government critics to be imprisoned for alleged treason.
- In 1938, Landau was imprisoned for a year as a suspected German spy.
- He was imprisoned by the Nazis but escaped to England and returned to Norway in 1945.
- A message informed me that a student leader of my movement had been imprisoned.
- Administering the death penalty is far more expensive than imprisoning the offender for life.
- Later that year, he was imprisoned for twelve months for his opposition to conscription.
- According to investigators 18 of the suspects had been imprisoned for similar offences in the past.
- He was persuaded to take the job only after being imprisoned and tortured.
- First, a decision to imprison the man for contempt of court should never be taken too quickly.
- All of the detainees were imprisoned without charge, and the whereabouts of some of them are unknown.
- He has been kept imprisoned for six weeks with no evidence whatsoever of wrongdoing.
- Later, he was also falsely imprisoned for treason.
- Because of his actions 46 people were imprisoned unjustly and lost their freedom for more than three years.
2(lock up)(child/dog) encerrarshe felt imprisoned in the city — se sentía aprisionada en la ciudad