initial detention

initial detention

[i′nish·əl di′ten·chən]
(hydrology)
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We also conclude that, because the initial detention was lawful, the officer could properly ask Williams his name and for identification even if she had already decided he was not the suspect.
Gerry Adams, leader of Ireland's largest nationalist party, Sinn Fein, on Tuesday launched a bid to overturn two 1975 convictions for attempting to escape from prison, arguing that his initial detention was illegal.
He recalled: 'He was alone in the initial detention cell when I saw him.
The report noted that the use of torture "continues to be widespread," particularly in initial detention centers.
But according to Suzanne Jabbour, the executive director of Restart, after the initial detention all Tripoli detainees should pass to the judiciary, at the Justice Palace, where they will be visited by lawyers, forensic experts, psychologists and doctors from the forensic center.
During Mansour's detention, a German Foreign Ministry spokesman told a press conference that no person would be extradited if they could face the death penalty at their destination country, casting confusion over why his initial detention was approved.
The initial detention decision arises when a non-citizen is arrested.
Boat arrivals would be detained initially for one month, for preliminary health and security checks, subject to extension if a court was persuaded that aparticular individual should be detained longer; after initial detention, they would be released into the community, with the right to work, as well as Centrelink and Medicare benefits.
Yovchev informed that he had issued orders for officials of the State Agency for National Security (DANS) and the investigative services to be present at the point of initial detention of refugees, when their papers were being sorted out, and before they were sent to accommodation centers, in order to minimize the risk.
Within one week of Alan's initial detention," Judy Gross said in a sworn statement, "Mr.
Detention facilities in which detainees were held at the behest of the CIA include the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)'s detention facility in Karachi, which was allegedly used as an initial detention and interrogation point before detainees were transferred to other prisons.
Whatever justification there may have been for an initial detention, for instance for purposes of ascertaining identity and other issues, the State party has not, in the Committee's opinion, demonstrated on an individual basis that their continuous indefinite detention is justified.

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