If someone has been lacing sausages with the carpet tacks, it is definitely an imprisonable
RSPCA inspector Anthony Joynes, of Channel 5's The Dog Rescuers, said: "If someone has been lacing sausages with tacks it is an imprisonable
Normally the maximum penalty would be to get somebody's clothes dry cleaned - it's not imprisonable
- but splashing can be easily avoided.
The charges are imprisonable
and I'm going to send them to the crown court.
The generation which grew up in a world where being gay was an imprisonable
offence are now the only age group that opposes same-sex marriages.
Insulting the president is an imprisonable
The charge he is now facing is not an offence which is imprisonable
," pointed out Mr Parry.
Since homosexuality was once an imprisonable
offense," Brewster tells The Advocate, "incriminating diaries and letters were usually destroyed, which is why it is remarkable that Frank Millet's unequivocally homoerotic youthful love letters to Stoddard have survived.
Anyone convicted of an imprisonable
offence is barred from standing or if you are a public servant.
To give one example: spitting in public in all civilized societies has traditionally been an almost imprisonable
Others say that Asbos have simply targeted the poor and vulnerable in society, that large numbers of people have been imprisoned for breaching them, often for crimes that were not themselves imprisonable
or for acts that were not even criminal.
Starting fires is technically an imprisonable
offence in Lebanon, but this apparently served as little deterrent for farmers and other individuals who start small blazes as ways of clearing waste.