custodial sentence

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custodial sentence

[kʌsˌtəʊdɪəlˈsɛntəns] ncondanna ad una pena detentiva
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However, short jail terms should be imposed when they are the only suitable option, Mr Matheson told Parliament citing evidence that over half those released from a prison sentence of 12 months or less with little scope for effective rehabilitation are reconvicted within a year, compared to a third of those who had served a community sentence.
How on earth can someone like him be given a community sentence for such an offence?
Crimes like this deserve jail; these thugs got away virtually scot-free with a community sentence.
ensuring the period of time between sentencing and commencing a community sentence does not exceed one month;
BRITAIN should adopt a US-style "jail for a day" sanction for offenders who breach community sentence orders, a new report has recommended.
ALMOST half of the criminals on Teesside who were serving a community sentence last year went on to re-offend.
It just goes to show that these community sentence orders are a complete and utter joke, which don't offer any punishment and don't work as a deterrent," he said.
He pleaded guilty to two charges of assault, and was handed a 12-month community sentence at a hearing on Friday.
Offenders on a community sentence are now refurbishing the station.
Her efforts have been rewarded the past two years as the number of offenders receiving a community sentence in her assigned councils has increased significantly.
Since 1999, there have been almost 200,000 participants on home curfew in England and Wales as part of a bail condition, community sentence, or release on license.
Michael Murray had avoided joining two codefendants in jail earlier this year because of the time he had already spent in custody, and was instead given a community sentence.

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