The courts should have sent him straight to jail.
I'm not going to ask for a pardon. In fact I'll probably be going to jail again. But those who want to be pardoned can be under this bill.
You can jail a revolutionary, but you cannot jail the revolution.
He ended up where he should have - in jail, ... The most important faction of the camorra was decapitated - it no longer has its head.
They can put me in jail, I'm 70 years old, and I want to come home. If I am going to die, I want to die in New Orleans.
If you don't go to highschool you will definitely go to jail.
Normally, if you keep breaking the (probation) order, you'll get jail. It's very rare that you go backwards, but every case is different.
I have yet to see the government have the backbone to put people in jail for hiring undocumented workers.
To a warden, Utopia is an escape-proof jail.
Israel found no further justification to keep me in jail.
Miller says her 85 days in jail was [sic] demeaning and degrading.
Personally, I would rather see him die, but if he's in jail for the rest of his life, not having a life, I can deal with that.
If our system had kept him in jail, Lisa would be here today. But the sun will rise tomorrow and it will be another day without Lisa. And more women and children will be savagely raped and murdered by sex predators who should never have been on the street again.
They've heard all kinds of horror stories about what can happen in jail and how they'll be locked up and someone will throw away the key.
There's no reason to put me in jail.
Every day in our jail I think we have someone who is talking about ending their own lives. How do you know which ones are just talking and which ones are not?
The friendly, humble, soft but vivid light of the iron man who, in the dark depths of the jail, in the abyss of totalitarianism, never weakened.
I would rather have my son picked up and put in jail than go to his funeral, ... If you know someone is using, find a police officer you trust and talk to them. Don't stick your head in the sand because it will get worse.
The goal of the government was to get all the leaders of the Black Panther Party in jail so that they could be killed systematically through prison violence, and that way they could stop what was a very powerful and evolving movement.
As a human being you thought the wrong man might be in jail, ... You might have saved him 12 more years in prison. How can you explain that nothing was done?
Once again we have a man who's spent a lot of time in jail - 12 1/2 years in his case - not just for a crime he didn't commit, but for a crime that never happened.
This is a familiar problem: people spending years in jail for crimes that didn't happen as a result of erroneous pathology.
It's better that they're in jail. You can draw your own conclusions from that.
It's a distance you have to keep. People who are in jail continue to go to jail. It's a cycle. They get out and they do the same thing ... One thing about me - I learn from my mistakes.
believed was a friend or relative of a Bradley County Jail inmate.