ニュースの中での Jail

コロケーションの例

jail sentence 実刑判決
jail time 刑務所の時間
months in jail 懲役
released from jail 刑務所から解放
years in jail 懲役年

出版物および例文

The China Post
· Warrant: Police find remains of second child in yard  
Online jail records don’t say if they have an attorney.
CNA
· At least 35 detained at Moscow opposition protest  
Since Thursday, protesters have been staging one-person pickets outside the Moscow police headquarters in response to the sentencing of prominent opposition activist and journalist Ilya Azar to 15 days in jail.
CNN International
· Protesting Russian journalists charged with violating lockdown laws  
They had been holding separate solo demonstrations in support of a jailed colleague, according to statements from their employers.
Al Jazeera
· Report: US considering charges against Venezuela's first lady  
If Washington goes ahead with an indictment, these people said, the charges are likely to stem, at least in part, from a thwarted cocaine transaction that has already landed two of Flores's nephews in a Florida jail.
The China Post
· Fed lockup where Epstein died gets harsh coronavirus review  
The jail only let several prisoners get tested for the virus, Venters wrote.
Malay Mail
· MCMC warns businesses not to misuse personal data collected for Covid-19 contact tracing  
Non-compliance of the procedures is an offence, and if convicted, premises owners could be fined up to RM300,000 or jailed for two years or both, under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (Act 7090.
CNA
· Man arrested, suspected of redeeming more than 200 face masks from vending machines  
If found guilty of cheating, he faces up to 10 years’ jail and a fine.
FRANCE 24
· Virus tracing apps: Which countries are doing what  
A number of Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Bahrain have rolled out bluetooth tracing apps -- Doha has even made its use mandatory, warning that violators face up to three years in jail, prompting a rare backlash over privacy concerns.
The New York Times
· Russians Are Angry, but Putin’s Foes Struggle to Seize the Moment  
Along the way he has spent stints in jail and under house arrest, and the authorities have raided his offices and frozen his bank accounts.