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Similar words: remarkremainremakeremainscremationcrematoryremainingprematureMeaning: [rɪ'mænd /-'mɑːnd]  n. the act of sending an accused person back into custody to await trial (or the continuation of the trial). v. 1. refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision 2. lock up or confine, in or as in a jail. 
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1. He absconded from a remand home.
2. He spent a week in custody on remand awaiting sentence.
3. He was held on remand, charged with causing malicious damage to property.
4. Evans committed suicide while on remand in Parkhurst prison.
5. He is currently being held on remand .
6. I was in prison on remand for three weeks.
7. The remand hearing is often over in three minutes.
8. He was held on remand in Brixton prison for 18 months.
9. The problem of remand prisoners, is particularly acute.
10. Another problem is remand for very difficult children.
11. The deceased had committed suicide at a remand centre.
12. I was on remand for twenty-two weeks.
13. In addition, more remand prisoners were held in police or court cells.
14. Quite often, the police ask for a remand to give them time to make further enquiries, assemble their evidence and so on.
15. Borstal institutions, remand homes and approved schools filled by the products of an unhappy home life.
16. But because he'd already served five weeks on remand he was released.
17. At Gloucester Prison while on remand awaiting trial the prosecution say Gardiner made threats against White.
18. We were on remand for about three months and then we were up at the Crown court.
19. Trained negotiators pursuaded a remand prisoner to release the man. unharmed.
20. The first contract for a privately managed remand centre has been awarded.
21. The situation is particularly acute in remand centres and local prisons.
22. Child care authorities were also involved in running remand homes and approved schools.
23. I was in prison on remand for three weeks, then I went to court and got three years' probation.
24. She couldn't get bail and now she's lost those 20 months she spent on remand.
25. The man has ninety-one previous convictions, but was released because he had already spent time in jail on remand.
26. As the years had progressed a series of petty crimes had seen him in remand homes, borstals and finally prison.
26. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
27. If 1988 is any guideline only 60 percent of these remand prisoners will eventually receive custodial sentences.
28. The situation has prompted the prison governor to take the unusual step of refusing to accept any more remand prisoners.
29. So how do we account for the dramatic increase in the average size of the remand population over the same period?
30. His trial was due to take place in December 1989 after he had spent five years on remand.
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