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appearance

1. Law
a. the formal attendance in court of a party in an action
b. formal notice that a party or his legal representative intends to maintain or contest the issue
2. Philosophy
a. the outward or phenomenal manifestation of things
b. the world as revealed by the senses, as opposed to its real nature
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The Committee for Protecting Prisoners' Rights said that the assault, which took place in November last year, had taken place following a protest staged by the inmates.
Willow Katz, long-term prisoners' rights, women's, LGBTIQ, and social justice activist, is a member of Sin Barras, Global Women's Strike, Haiti Action Committee, and WILPF Santa Cruz.
Ali bin Fadhl Al-Buainain, today received HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and the accompanying delegation, in the framework of establishing cooperation and exchanging expertise in the field of prisoners' rights and the inspection of punitive and reform establishments.
It is short some 200,000 incarceration spots, according to the NGO Conectas that works on prisoners' rights.
The Gurney and Hodge facilities are "death traps," Scott Medlock, director of the TCRP's prisoners' rights program, said in the release.
Members said the law wasn't clear about the role and responsibilities of ministry personnel in correctional facilities, how prisoners' rights would be guaranteed and the powers of the minister.
The European Court of Human Rights held unanimously that the controversial sentences, which Ken Clarke as Justice Secretary announced he was scrapping last year, breached prisoners' rights to liberty and security.
The European Court of Human Rights held unanimously that the controversial sentences, which former Justice Secretary Ken Clarke announced he was scrapping last year, breached prisoners' rights to liberty and security.
"We demand that you take a decisive stance against the Israeli violation of the prisoners' rights", the letter said.
Liberated prisoner Bishr al-Maqt, Sidki's brother, pointed out to the procedures in the Israeli prisons, adding that the Israeli practices are flagrant violation of the prisoners' rights.
Cases involving detainees and prisoners' rights accounted for the second highest number of cases, 69 in total.
Haiti's understaffed prison services will benefit from nearly 300 new recruits, thanks to a United Nations-backed training program covering all elements needed for the job, from psychological understanding to respect for prisoners' rights to knowing when to use force, reports Caribbean News Now (Sept.