Incarceration in a sentence

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Incarceration ;

Meaning: [noun] putting in prison;

The maximum penalty is 6 months incarceration.

Having been convicted of murder, he was sentenced to incarceration.

She must also continue psychotherapy during her incarceration.

His arm had been paralyzed and he gained a fever during his incarceration.

Bershad was sentenced to six months of incarceration in October 2008.

Mass incarceration in the United States disproportionately impacts African American and Latino communities.

Alice, learning of her brother’s incarceration, came to Germany with her husband to plead with his American captors for his release.

Poverty highly correlates with crime and incarceration.

The 31-year-old man has been protesting his incarceration in Israel for more than 10 months without charge or trial.

She’s done a lot of work on criminal justice issues and mass incarceration.

He said that he liked incarceration, since it gave him time to read and think without fear of arrest.