from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Incarceration; imprisonment.
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De-carceration is the third rail of state politics, my friends.
On this occasion the Heytesbury attorney made a very loud demand for Sam's liberation, talking of habeas corpus, and the injustice of carceration without evidence of guilt.
3 Do our poverty levels and our carceration system concern you for our future?
In three community-based reintegration centers for ex-convicts in Ohio, McGruder 1976 concluded that in comparison with the most autocratic center on Likert’s POC, the most democratic center was most effective, as measured by graduation rates and low rates of recidivism and reincarceration. carceration.