rearrest

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rearrest

(ˌriːəˈrɛst)
vb (tr)
1. (Law) to arrest someone who has committed a crime for a second time
2. (Law) to arrest someone who has escaped from custody
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rearrest


Past participle: rearrested
Gerund: rearresting

Imperative
rearrest
rearrest
Present
I rearrest
you rearrest
he/she/it rearrests
we rearrest
you rearrest
they rearrest
Preterite
I rearrested
you rearrested
he/she/it rearrested
we rearrested
you rearrested
they rearrested
Present Continuous
I am rearresting
you are rearresting
he/she/it is rearresting
we are rearresting
you are rearresting
they are rearresting
Present Perfect
I have rearrested
you have rearrested
he/she/it has rearrested
we have rearrested
you have rearrested
they have rearrested
Past Continuous
I was rearresting
you were rearresting
he/she/it was rearresting
we were rearresting
you were rearresting
they were rearresting
Past Perfect
I had rearrested
you had rearrested
he/she/it had rearrested
we had rearrested
you had rearrested
they had rearrested
Future
I will rearrest
you will rearrest
he/she/it will rearrest
we will rearrest
you will rearrest
they will rearrest
Future Perfect
I will have rearrested
you will have rearrested
he/she/it will have rearrested
we will have rearrested
you will have rearrested
they will have rearrested
Future Continuous
I will be rearresting
you will be rearresting
he/she/it will be rearresting
we will be rearresting
you will be rearresting
they will be rearresting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rearresting
you have been rearresting
he/she/it has been rearresting
we have been rearresting
you have been rearresting
they have been rearresting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rearresting
you will have been rearresting
he/she/it will have been rearresting
we will have been rearresting
you will have been rearresting
they will have been rearresting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rearresting
you had been rearresting
he/she/it had been rearresting
we had been rearresting
you had been rearresting
they had been rearresting
Conditional
I would rearrest
you would rearrest
he/she/it would rearrest
we would rearrest
you would rearrest
they would rearrest
Past Conditional
I would have rearrested
you would have rearrested
he/she/it would have rearrested
we would have rearrested
you would have rearrested
they would have rearrested
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References in classic literature ?
Williams rearrested him and swept him into an angle of the station-house.
'With the cancellation of the back-channel talks comes the order by the Solicitor General to rearrests the consultants in blatant violation of the JASIG,' Agcaoili said.
He also slammed the directive from the Office of the Solicitor General to rearrest peace consultants, who participated in the negotiations.
This article investigates the robustness of predictor variables in explaining rearrests among adult probationers in three ways.
In addition, multivariate analyses were limited to felony probationers in Cook County to ascertain which probationer characteristics were associated with on- and post-probation rearrests in that jurisdiction.
Court and law enforcement costs from rearrests were costs incurred as a result of rearrests such as bookings and jail time.
A senior Israeli official said Barak told Mubarak he would not pull back his forces or reopen Palestinian areas until Arafat rearrests dozens of militants released from Palestinian jails and tells security forces to stop shooting.
Rearrests for PINS offenses or outstanding warrants were excluded since no new crime was alleged.
Rearrests During Six Months Following Release for CEC and DOC Groups Group CEC (n = 176) DOC (n = 241) Percentage Percentage of of n group n group Rearrested in first 11 6.3 30 12.4 six months * Mean SD Mean SD Rearrests ** 0.07 0.27 0.13 0.38 Rearrest rate ** 0.08 0.29 0.19 0.52 * [chi square] (1) = 4.41, p = 0.04 ** t = -2.03, p = 0.04 *** t = -3.32, p = 0.001
The rates of recidivism for both groups was gathered by the DOC with the statistics for rearrests, reconvictions and reincarcerations sent to Drexel University for data analysis.
Among its chief demands is that Arafat rearrest scores of Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants who were released from Palestinian jails last October.
More than 5 percent of these sex offenders were rearrested for another sex crime within three years.