|months in jail||懲役|
|released from jail||刑務所から解放|
|years in jail||懲役年|
· Man pleads guilty a day before turning 21, broke COVID-19 law to carry out loan shark harassment →
The penalties for loan shark harassment with property damage are a maximum five years' jail, a fine of between S$5,000 and S$50,000, and between three and six strokes of the cane.
· Lorry driver who trespassed into Perak palace with fake gun, knife gets nearly three years’ jail →
She ordered the jail sentences to be served consecutively from the day of his arrest.
· Who killed Berta Cáceres? Behind the brutal murder of an environment crusader →
I could be jailed or killed.
· Berta Cáceres was exceptional. Her murder was all too commonplace →
Although the green energy revolution is undeniably urgent, however, we cannot talk about “clean” energy while communities like those Cáceres defended are militarised and displaced, and while community leaders continue to be jailed and killed.
· 'Massive failure': Child safety in focus after Mason Lee findings →
Both are now serving jail sentences for his manslaughter.
· 7 people charged over Robertson Quay gatherings during COVID-19 circuit breaker →
For each charge of flouting COVID-19 regulations, the accused can be jailed for up to six months, fined up to S$10,000, or both.
· Transport Ministry finalising Act 333 amendment, promises harshest punishment for driving under influence →
“We will definitely impose heavier penalties and longer jail terms on the driver of the vehicle.
· White man arrested for setting fire to historic Nashville courthouse during protests over police killing of George Floyd →
“He will be booked into the Metro Jail shortly.
· Police officer failed to circulate CCTV images of acid attack suspect who went on to kill woman →
By then he was starting a 17-year jail sentence for the manslaughter of carer Joanne Rand, 47, after admitting the first acid killing in the UK in 2018.
The New York Times
· After George Floyd’s Death, Toll Rises in Protests Across the Country →
Before striding outside the White House gates, where the streets had been cleared by the authorities, Mr. Trump declared, “I want the organizers of this terror to be on notice that you will face severe criminal penalties and lengthy sentences in jail.”