Prison breach

(Law) See Note under 3d Escape, n., 4.

See also: Prison

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A Parole Board spokesman told the ECHO the prison breach would be taken into account at the proceedings.
The tout who was sent to prison breached a previous injunction and that threat now hangs over the rest after the High Court issued the orders.
He argues that his treat ment at Skien prison breaches his human rights.
The 27-year-old won an argument in the court when it was ruled that keeping her in a men's prison breached her human rights.
Prisoner A, in her 20s, watched the court proceedings via video link from prison, and her seated figure was visible on screens in the courtroom as Miss Kaufman argued the refusal to move her to a women's prison breached her right to respect for her private life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
A CONVICTED armed robber yesterday won a landmark legal action, claiming that a recorded message on his calls from prison breached his human rights.
Home Office figures show that in July the prison breached its operational capacity - the limit by which prisoners can be safely held.
Angus Council say Noranside Prison breached an agreement that no sex offenders would be sent to jobs in social work premises.
Wayne Bishop, 34, attacked 23-year-old David Parsons, less than a month after he was freed on appeal after arguing prison breached his right to a family life.