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house arrest

confinement to one's own home

House Arrest

 

one of the forms of restriction of personal freedom in which the detainee is confined to his home, with or without a guard. Soviet criminal law does not provide for house arrest.

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The judge or the Courtroom ruling the home arrest measure has the obligation to stipulate in the Court Resolution the premises for the enforcement of the measure, together with the obligations to be observed by the defendant, the time of the measure.
Edwards proposes that the home arrest study will allow the courts "to honestly evaluate" police action instead of relying on "formalistic evaluations.
Those who are on home arrest are confined to their house and may not leave unless they receive approval from the probation office in advance, such as for a doctor's appointment.
Georgia inked a deal with 3M to provide bracelets for juveniles sentenced to home arrest that will be electronically tracked.
It is inacceptable to see the Houthis flagrant denial of the legitimacy in Yemen working through their seizure of power since last September, putting the country's president, premier and senior officials on home arrest, Al-Zayani said, announcing the GCC rejection of all the repercussions following this step aiming at imposing the status quo in Yemen.
Mubarak is now kept under home arrest in Mdi Military Hospital in Southern Cairo, after he was released from jail in August in case related to squandering public money.
The same day the Oktiabrskiy district court of Bishkek made the decision to place Abildaev and Akmataliev under home arrest.
the coming days a new appeal will be made for replacement the arrest to home arrest.
Washington, Dec 17 (ANI): Christian Bale was roughed up by Chinese security guards when he attempted to meet an activist under home arrest.
But they are serving their sentences under home arrest, according to Sgt.
Petrov aka "The Tractor" and "The Octopus," who was released under home arrest in mid-October, further denied ever working as an undercover agent of the State Agency for National Security (DANS), saying his arrest was a political order, having nothing to do with his work for DANS as advisor, and confirming reports he was subject to violence while in jail.
Sentenced to home arrest, Bartolomeu restlessly occupies the flat while his host flees to a friend's house.