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153 resultados para 'jail'

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12:41

National

"I have suffered racism"

SUSANA ZAMORA

...didn't have a criminal record I didn't have to go to jail. In 2010 my criminal record was wiped clean. I suppose some people would use that incident against me, but that doesn't worry me. Frustrated basketball player What measures would you put

18:12

Opinion

Eating behind bars

A. J. LINN

...ongoing prosecution, the Gürtel case, the principal defendant, Francisco Correa, asked for his appearance in a court hearing to be got through as quickly as possible so he wouldn't miss too much of the cooking class he had signed up to at Picassent jail ... . In some Spanish penitentiaries the regime includes producing fruit and vegetables on prison land and in some cases caring for farm animals. In Britain they have gone a step further and opened restaurants accessible to the public. Brixton jail

14:33

National

Juan Carlos steps out of the limelight

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...ended with Urdangarin in jail, confirmed that the Crown was no longer untouchable, although the king had discovered that for himself on 13 April 2012, when he broke his hip during an elephant-hunting trip in Botswana while in Brussels the EU was

12:26

National

Separatist election manifestos to rule out unilateral Catalan independence

SUR

...investigated for sedition during the recent declaration of independence process. Some ex-regional ministers are still in jail without bail in a case run by the lower Audiencia Nacional court, while parliamentary officials are still free in a similar case led by ... the Supreme Court. Judges want to combine the cases to ensure consistency in judicial decisions, which would open the door to the government members still in jail to possibly be released ahead of the December vote if they agree to abide by the

16:23

Opinion

Tory humiliation

ALFREDO TAJÁN

There's a famous anecdote about Oscar Wilde, just before he went into Reading jail, when he was in and out of court against the father of his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, Marquis of Queensbury, an unpleasant character who had done nothing more in his