Translation: from english

detention without arrest

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  • detention without arrest — keeping a person in custody without officially placing him under arrest …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Police stop, search, detention and arrest powers in the United Kingdom — United Kingdom law provides for the police to stop and search members of the public without making an arrest. Scotland has a separate legal identity to England and Wales and stop and search powers are therefore provided for by different… …   Wikipedia

  • Detention (imprisonment) — Detention is the process when a state, government or citizen lawfully holds a person by removing their freedom of liberty at that time. This can be due to (pending) criminal charges being raised against the individual as part of a prosecution or… …   Wikipedia

  • Detention of a suspect — The detention of suspects is the process of keeping a person who has been arrested in a police cell, remand prison or other detention centre before trial or sentencing. One criticism of pretrial detention is that eventual acquittal can be a… …   Wikipedia

  • Arrest — For other uses, see Arrest (disambiguation). Lucy Parsons after her arrest for rioting during an unemployment protest at Hull House in Chicago, Illinois. 1915 …   Wikipedia

  • arrest of ship — A temporary detention, without design of depriving the owner of the vessel, but to liberate or restore the ship or goods detained, or to pay the value thereof. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1323 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • arrest — ar·rest 1 /ə rest/ n [Middle French arest, from arester to stop, seize, arrest, ultimately from Latin ad to, at + restare to stay]: the restraining and seizure of a person whether or not by physical force by someone acting under authority (as a… …   Law dictionary

  • arrest — vb 1 Arrest, check, interrupt mean to stop in mid course. Arrest implies a holding fixed in the midst of movement, development, or progress and usually a prevention of further advance until someone or something effects a release {arrest the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Arrest and prosecution of Radovan Karadžić — Radovan Karadžić was arrested in Belgrade and extradited into International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia custody in The Hague in July 2008, as the 44th Serb suspect sent to The Hague [… …   Wikipedia

  • Detention of Maria Lourdes Afiuni — Judge María Lourdes Afiuni Mora is a Venezuelan who was 46 years old as of April 2010[1] and had served as a judge for eight years; she was head of the 31st Control Court of Caracas. In 2009 she was arrested on charges of corruption after… …   Wikipedia

  • DETENTION — In the Bible The Torah does not recognize the use of imprisonment as a punishment for criminal offenses (see imprisonment ), but it explicitly mentions the placing of a person in detention as part of the procedure of making a legal determination… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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