toputsomeoneinjail. imprison. verb. to keep someonein a police station or prison and not allow them to leave.
To lock someone up = To putsomeoneinjail/prison. Assailant = Someone who commits a crime. DUI = Short for "driving under the influence"(of alcohol); refers to drunk driving. Domestic dispute = Family-related argument/trouble, etc.
According to Michigan law, anyone who is charged with a DUI (that is, driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or more) could receive up to 93 days in jail as part of their sentence. But first time offenders rarely get jail time.Instead, a first time offenders often pay a fine of up to $500 and may be sentenced to community service. Some first time felony offenders go to jail.
jailed. past participle. jailed. DEFINITIONS 1. 1. to put someone in jail. jail someone for something: He was jailed for drink-driving.
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