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1arresto domiciliario masculinoto be under house arrest — encontrarse bajo arresto domiciliario
- The primary distinction to be made is between terms of house arrest and incarceration.
- He was held in custody for almost four months and then released under house arrest.
- After the decision, the extradition case continued while Pinochet remained under house arrest.
- Even while on house arrest he has been unable to ensure that he is available for them.
- The effect of the original bill would also have been to allow house arrest and detention without trial.
- On a visit to England for medical treatment in 1998, he was arrested and put under house arrest.
- How many more of your leaders are still either in jail or under house arrest?
- If she does serve prison and then has five months of house arrest, is she allowed to run her company then?
- She was released, of course, two weeks ago from prison but has five months of house arrest yet to go.
- The two musicians spent two months in prison, followed by four months of house arrest.
- She was held first in a prison, then transferred to house arrest in September last year.
- He was sentenced to house arrest and many of his followers were executed and imprisoned.
- Stewart has been confined to house arrest for nearly six months for lying about a stock sale.
- After being held under house arrest to international uproar, he was released to join the team in Guadalajara.
- Bradford was sent to the Tower and Rogers was confined under house arrest.
- Mary was then a prisoner in England, under house arrest at Sheffield.
- Instead, he wants to be held under house arrest, separated from other prisoners.
- Although sentenced to serve time in jail, Schnell was released on house arrest after several days.
- Initially I thought they should just be rounded up and imprisoned or perhaps just be placed under house arrest.
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