In 2011, Goa's former tourism minister Mickky Pacheco was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for slapping an official.
The announcement speech called Mandela a “moral authority” and praised his lack of bitterness despite decades of imprisonment.
Castro had also exhibited signs that he was suicidal even before his imprisonment.
The rebels, both generals and democrats, know what will happen if Saleh prevails—exile, imprisonment, or death.
Liu, a Chinese democracy activist, was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in 2009.
There will be only a few months of imprisonment and then I will be free.
Surely this had not been brought about merely by the chief's imprisonment?
Here he experienced all the rigour of penury and imprisonment for seven years.
He was sentenced to pay a fine, of $100, and to two days' imprisonment.
But for the first few days after Dalaber's arrest and imprisonment the excitement was too keen to admit of any mediation.
late 14c., from Anglo-French emprisonement, Old French emprisonement (13c.), from emprisoner (see imprison).