Terjemahan dari penitentiary
prison, jail, penitentiary, gaol, lockup, slammer
lembaga pemasyarakatan
penitentiary, correctional facility
yg memperbaiki
correctional, ameliorative, corrective, meliorative, penitentiary
Definisi penitentiary
a prison for people convicted of serious crimes.
Only about 20 of the more than 1,000 prisoners at the federal penitentiary have been convicted of crimes; many have spent years awaiting trial.
(in the Roman Catholic Church) a priest charged with certain aspects of the administration of the sacrament of penance.
Only about 20 of the more than 1,000 prisoners at the federal penitentiary have been convicted of crimes; many have spent years awaiting trial.
The sentence of imprisonment of any person convicted of an offense shall commence to run from the date on which such person is received at the penitentiary , reformatory, or jail for service of such sentence.
Rehabilitation for the youthful is unlikely if imprisonment is served in a penitentiary rather than a reformatory.
If John Doe is sentenced to a term of imprisonment and later goes out of his mind, the state may continue to keep him in the penitentiary for the duration of his sentence.
Instead she probes the reality of life inside the penitentiary ‘s walls, examining convicts’ responses to incarceration and the construction of an inmate subculture.
14 Federal inmates were held at state and local prison facilities until the penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas, was established in 1895.
Although the almshouse did not eliminate poverty any more than the penitentiary did crime, 1820s Baltimore attested to the optimism of a dynamic age.
In sum, I can think of no consequence, apart from a sentence of several years imprisonment in apenitentiary , which would be more significant to a responsible citizen than the loss of that citizenship.
I sentence you on count two to two years and seven months’ imprisonment in the penitentiary .
Jones had been convicted in 1972 of fatally stabbing another inmate while doing time at a federalpenitentiary in Petersburg, Va.
Transportation to Australia or incarceration in one of the new penitentiary prisons became the standard punishment for serious, non-homicidal offenders.
As I was setting up to photograph in a storage building that houses the cremated remains, prisoners from the local penitentiary were called in to clean up some of the mess in the adjacent hallway, crematorium, and autopsy room.
Susan, when you first pull up at the institute as they call it, the jail, the penitentiary , everything I imagine that you have been through before kind of fades away as you realize you’re going to be confined behind bars.
In Kingston, we check out the museum at the penitentiary , where convicts have been housed for well over 100 years.
He was one of the 11 other convicts at the penitentiary who were so treated.
When she walked through the mines and penitentiaries the prisoners there often appeared surprised at her hopelessness.
Indeed, this promise gave the prisons or penitentiaries , as they were now often called, enormous legitimacy, making them the pride, not the shame, of the new republic.
Women are the fastest-growing segment of the population in federal penitentiaries and state prisons.
Since then, I have been doing this work with 96 state prisons and federal penitentiaries across the United States.
According to the report, 2.1 million Americans spent 2002 in local jails, state and federal penitentiariesand juvenile detention facilities.



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