- v. arrest again
“Gontmakher has remained free since his rearrest, but his movements are restricted.”
“In the past, Myanmar's leaders set some political detainees free only to rearrest them again later.”
“Police spokeswoman Judith Nabakoba said police would rearrest Mr. Besigye or any other opposition leaders should they "attempt to breach peace and public order" by participating in the protests.”
“The government could release her soon but with strict conditions on her movements, or simply allow her out and then rearrest her after a few days or months.”
“Life was complicated enough and the clock was ticking down to his rearrest.”
“Burke looked around for the deputies, whom he had thought would be there to rearrest him.”
“Human rights advocates called Monday on the administration to move forcefully to head off the possibility that Burma's leaders might rearrest Suu Kyi, as they did in 2003 after her last release.”
“Koch was able to discover the names of other women prisoners who had taken part in the smuggling, leading to the rearrest of the three original women prisoners, together with Robota.”
“Some senior American officers told me that the rearrest rate of released prisoners was only 6 percent, compared with a recidivism rate of 65 percent in the United States.”
“To hell with the anecdotal evidence that people keep throwing out at you look at it this way, if someone isn't likely to commit a crime and they can be productive members of society, then let's give that a chance, sure you could say that we shouldn't risk 'the children' but by the same token you have higher rates of rearrest for assault and robbery than you do Rape and Molestation.”
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