Examples of jailhouse in a Sentence
received a tip from an informant inside the county jailhouse
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But the more sordid details of Hamilton’s death came out when Jenkins gave a jailhouse interview Wednesday.
Both convictions were overturned in 2010 after it was revealed that a notoriously unreliable jailhouse informant had lied on the stand.
Within jailhouse walls, inmates listened attentively Tuesday as the six candidates vying for Suffolk County district attorney debated issues and campaigned for their vote.
In a dramatic jailhouse video, Josh Holt, the former Mormon missionary from Utah who has been detained in Venezuela since 2016, called on his countrymen to help him and said that his life was in danger.
The notoriously unreliable jailhouse informant wanted a deal.
One of the witnesses the prosecution called at the first trial, a jailhouse informant named John Avitto, was discredited by the appeals court, Mr. Bederow noted.
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.
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