- the act of incarcerating, or putting in prison or another enclosure: The incarceration rate has increased dramatically.
- It wasn’t hard for them to see a future marked by failure, violence, and maybe incarceration.
- The state is spending a lot less money on incarceration rates and spending more money on rehab centers.
- Joel Caston has filled many roles during his 26 years of incarceration, from youth mentor to published author to financial literacy instructor for his fellow inmates.
- Discretion in drug enforcement and sentencing means prohibition is among the leading causes of incarceration of people of color in the United States – an injustice many Americans on both sides of the aisle increasingly recognize.
- Interior design is a concept not often associated with the criminal justice system, but a growing number of architects and designers believe it could play a vital role in addressing mass incarceration and inequity.
- I also want to alert you to the broader circumstances of my incarceration.
- Shortly thereafter, T.I. lent his first post-incarceration verse to a remix of “Magic.”
- Even when financial facilitators are arrested, incarceration is brief.
- These crimes of fashion proved the men were feminine and thus gay and therefore worthy of incarceration.
- Before my decade of incarceration, I had never seen a dead body.
- This patient's incarceration in the asylum was due to a very striking manifestation of his paranoia querulans.
- He had been a bheestee (water carrier) to the house of Ramabai up to the young banker's incarceration.
- We stumbled down the jail stairway up which, three months before, we had been conducted to our long incarceration in the cage.
- At first I imagined that my laundress had permitted some stranger to occupy my rooms during my incarceration.
- The following night, the annoyance, which had ceased during her incarceration, recommenced with double fury.