Jail в новостях
|jail sentence||Тюремное заключение|
|months in jail||Месяцы в тюрьме|
|released from jail||Освобожден из тюрьмы|
|years in jail||Годы в тюрьме|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Man charged with breaking COVID-19 laws 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.
· Should Josh Frydenberg's temporary disclosure rule be made permanent? →
Companies and individuals can be fined for a breach of the rule and individuals can be sent to jail, so even without the threat of class actions it is quite an intimidating rule.
· Utah man faces murder charge after allegedly stabbing Tinder date in his home →
He’s since been transported to Davis County Jail and awaits a court appearance.
· Russia asks for 18-year sentence for former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan →
Russian prosecutors on Monday asked for the maximum 18-year jail term for former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan, who is on trial for espionage charges that he denies, Reuters reports.
· Outdoor markets and car showrooms can open next week in England →
Powers are in place to enforce action if the public and employees are not protected, including fines and jail sentences of up to two years.
· Utah man confesses to killing woman after Tinder date, police say →
Hunsaker was being held without bail at the Davis County Jail, booked on suspicion of murder.
· Still Here: A story of incarceration and gentrification in the US →
According to the Prison Policy Initiative, a US think-tank that researches the effect of mass criminalisation, most policies and programmes for formerly jailed people are still focused on men.
· Jeffrey Epstein: Up to 130 people claim they could be child of dead financier with £470m fortune →
Epstein, who died in a jail cell last year, was never known to have had children, but anyone able to prove the convicted sex offender is their father would be in line to claim some of his fortune, which includes a New York City mansion and a 75-acre luxury estate.
· (LEAD) KBO bans ex-major leaguer Kang Jung-ho for 1 year before potential return →
Most recently, Kang received a suspended jail term in 2017 for driving into a guardrail in Seoul while under the influence and then fleeing the scene in December 2016.
· 'We're expendable': black Americans pay the price as states lift lockdowns →
Salon owner Shelley Luther, who is white, cut Senator Ted Cruz’s hair just days after being sentenced to county jail and fined.