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releasee

(rɪˌliːˈsiː)
n
an animal that is released from captivity
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could all be used in the type of model described above in an attempt to study how these variables (many of which are choices available to practitioners and policy-makers) can increase or decrease the likelihood that a releasee will be deterred from future crime.
If the state proves an offender is a prison releasee offender,(75) the offender is not eligible for sentencing under the guidelines and a judge must send the person to prison for the statutory maximum.
Premature release, or failure to attend the obvious risk factors, is likely to cause the releasee to lose a great deal more freedom (in the event of another violent act) than is a more cautious release process.
The cumulative benefit for inmates participating in college compared with those not participating in any education was 13 percent during the eight-year "survival peri od" for the 1992 releasee cohort.
In its decision, the Tribunal found that: 1) Chevron and TexPet are Releasees under the 1995 Settlement Agreement and the 1998 Final Release; 2) Chevron can invoke and enforce its contractual rights as a Releasee; and 3) the Government settled all public interest or collective environmental claims, including collective claims asserted by third parties.
If these elements are addressed early on, it can reduce releasee problems and avoid needless delays caused by program eligibility rules and reestablishing family connections, and better his or her chance for success.
The Court of Appeals held that, based on the waivers unambiguous language, respondent was a releasee and protected from liability under the waiver, and that appellant failed to adequately allege greater-than-ordinary negligence.
dissenting) ("Scott's reasonable expectation of privacy may be somewhat greater than that of a probationer, parolee, or pre-sentence releasee, but it is less than that of an 'ordinary citizen.
The guardian of a child who was kidnapped from a shopping mall and raped by a pre-trial releasee, and the executrix of a murder victim's estate, who was kidnapped and killed by the releasee during the same incident, brought an action against the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).
requests for counsel are granted but only 44% of releasee requests,
WASHINGTON, July 13 (KUNA) -- The US condemned the detention of human rights defenders in China and urged Beijing to releasee all who have been detained for seeking to protect the rights of Chinese citizens, State Department Spokesperson John Kirby said.
The company's cloudbased service for originality checking, online grading and peer review saves instructors time and provides rich feedback to students,said a press releasee issued here on Thursday.