ex-convict


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ex-convict

(ˌɛksˈkɒnvɪkt)
n
a former prisoner
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ex-convict

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The rules of the game did not protect so much Michaelis, who was an ex-convict.
I can never forget my thrills the first night I took part in a concerted raid, when we assembled on board the Annie--rough men, big and unafraid, and weazened wharf-rats, some of them ex-convicts, all of them enemies of the law and meriting jail, in sea-boots and sea-gear, talking in gruff low voices, and "Big" George with revolvers strapped about his waist to show that he meant business.
Amatong filed House Bill 4790 or the proposed "Ex-Convict Reintegration Law of 2014" which provides that the State must help ex-convicts restore their dignity by creating an "incentive" system for companies and individuals who would give them the second chance.
The trial for co-defendant Ernest Scott, 27, also an ex-convict from Lancaster, is expected to begin in March.
Mills is an ex-convict who has "served time in prison for armed robbery, writing bad checks and many drug and alcohol-related charges," reported the Times-Leader (Pennsylvania).
In the first, a born-again ex-convict, having served 20 years for the confessed murder of his pregnant wife, is found dead in the Arizona desert with all his fingers cut off.
This site is run by ex-convict personnel only, no part of this site was created by non-convicts so we understand your needs better.
The lawsuit stemmed from a 1992 incident in which the woman opened the door to ex-convict Lawrence Toole who allegedly beat, raped and sodomized her at gunpoint.
It didn't hurt racing's popularity at all that the champion driver on the circuit, North Carolina's Junior Johnson, was a bona fide, documented bootleg whiskey runner and ex-convict who had done time at Chillicothe.
One Chicano ex-convict tried to explain the allure of Islam for Latino inmates, and why Mexican Americans sympathize with Palestinians: "The old Latin American revolutionaries converted to atheism, but the new faux revolutionary Latino American prisoner can just as easily convert to Islam.
KUALA LUMPAR: A 15-year old armed with a machete stabbed to death an ex-convict who barged into the boy's house on northern Borneo island on Christmas Day.
Along with the ex-convict and his relentless pursuer, Javert, we are confronted in this story with the question about whether any of us are really capable of growing beyond our worst moments, of repenting of our past mistakes, and converting to new paths.