dangerous offender


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dangerous offender

n
(Law) US and Canadian an offender who is deemed by a court of law to be likely to engage in further violent conduct, and who thus becomes eligible for an indefinite prison sentence
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Yet at the age of 65, he found himself in the dock facing the possibility of an indefinite prison sentence as a dangerous offender.
Yesterday he was jailed for four years - and made the subject of extended supervision on licence for 10 years as a dangerous offender - after he admitted sexual assault, and trespass with the intention of committing a sexual offence.
They also said the crown court would have to decide whether, in view of the offences and his previous convictions, whether he should be sentenced as a dangerous offender
He claimed he had wrongly been classified as a dangerous offender who posed a serious threat of future harm to the public.
A PENSIONER who sexually abused a little girl has been given an indefinite sentence after being branded a dangerous offender.
A DANGEROUS offender has been locked up for two-and-a-half years after fracturing a man's skull and breaking his jaw.
Police urged members of the public not to approach the dangerous offender.
The reality is that if we have a dangerous offender or a sex offender they would be dealt with immediately," she said.
Branded a dangerous offender, he was also ordered to serve an extra six years on licence following his release.
It's clearly lawyers that have power IT WAS lawyers who decided that Parliament and not the Government, should handle Brexit, and now it is lawyers who prevented the Home Office from keeping a dangerous offender in prison.
The impact complainant, considerable, long way serious Condemned as a dangerous offender, he was ordered to serve an extra three years on licence following his release.
Dangerous offender Darrell Peter Moosomin was taken into custody Sunday evening without incident.
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