Examples of jailhouse in a Sentence
received a tip from an informant inside the county jailhouse
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On the right, an ominous looking jailhouse mug shot.
Harris, a neighbor and friend of Nelson, was convicted in 1987 based partially on the testimony of a jailhouse snitch who has long since recanted.
Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Gerald Leibovitz’s order decreed that the jailhouse letter from Shakur, as well as several other items, would be auctioned off despite the lawsuit.
Yet as late as 1965, a young Andrea Dworkin, who would later become an influential feminist writer, was arrested during an antiwar protest in San Francisco and subjected to a brutal jailhouse gynecological examination.
The jailhouse revolt involving political prisoners just days before the vote, ramped up tensions in a country already under international pressure.
In his jailhouse booking photo, the suspect, Pagourtzis, wore a blank expression, as if bored.
Then, a September execution was pushed back in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and a December death date was called off in light of the jailhouse snitch.
And a jailhouse informant testified that Clark twice admitted to the murder.
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