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tr.v. in·ca·pac·i·tat·ed, in·ca·pac·i·tat·ing, in·ca·pac·i·tates
1. To deprive of strength or ability; disable.
2. To make legally ineligible; disqualify.

in′ca·pac′i·ta′tion n.
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But he had technically laid himself open to the malice of his enemies and was condemned to very heavy penalties, of which two were enforced, namely, perpetual incapacitation from holding public office, and banishment from Court.
Franklin Zimring and Gordon Hawkins call for scholarly attention and empirical research to unmask the tenuous theoretical and empirical foundations of incapacitation as the dominant justification for imprisonment (pp.
A broad overview of legal and justice systems using gang intervention, incapacitation and deterrence is discussed.
Robertson's admitted drug addiction and incapacitation prevents him from providing an effective management of the debtor,'' wrote lawyers for Sidney A.
the manner in which bullets inflict wounds, may have exaggerated expectations of their ability to achieve timely incapacitation of opponents or to survive wounds they sustain.
For example, we were the first company in our industry to install pilot incapacitation detection devices on our entire fleet of towboats.
In measuring benefits, contributors focus on the standard topics of deterrence, incapacitation, and rehabilitation, but when discussing costs they focus on those factors that have received less attention, including whether prisons have criminogenic effects on inmates, the extent of the association between parental incarceration and childhood outcomes, impacts on state budgets, and impacts of imprisonment on employment.
We now have independent data from individuals from a premier university that confirms that the S-200 achieves this level of incapacitation while delivering peak current levels to the animals that are only a fraction of the levels delivered by the Taser devices.
He added: "In the case of incapacitation for a medical reason, while the resuscitation of the pilot is desirable, the safe navigation and control of the aircraft must be of primary concern of the surviving crew.
He went on: "We practise procedures for pilot incapacitation on the flight deck at both low and high altitudes during sessions in simulators.
The Ohio Department of Youth Services now distributes to the counties the majority of money allocated by the state for the secure incapacitation of juvenile offenders.
ACIC found itself in a very difficult position due to the tragic incapacitation of its Chairman and CEO two years ago," said Mark Vidergauz, CEO of Sage.