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under arrest

In police custody, as after committing a crime. The policeman stated that the criminal was under arrest and then handcuffed him.

*under arrest

arrested and in the custody of the police in preparation for the filing of a charge. (*Typically: be ~; put someone ~.) Stop where you are! You are under arrest! Am I under arrest, officer? What did I do?

under arrest

In police custody, as in They put him under arrest and charged him with stealing a car. [Late 1300s]
References in classic literature ?
I merely stated that I should refuse to submit to arrest, and that I should demand of him and every other officer and man implicit obedience to my every command until we docked at home.
Then these arrests," Hamel remarked," are really bona fide?
The authorities arrested 13 persons in last five years at Multan Airport which included no arrest made during 2013 and 2014, 04 in 2015, 03 in 2016 and 06 arrests were made during 2017.
If you want to see just how strong this assumption is, consider that, although arrests are at the heart of today's most contentious critiques of criminal justice, critics almost never suggest that the power to arrest is part of the problem.
One is without arrest warrant and the other is with arrest warrant.
SUNDERLAND supporters were the subject of more football related arrests than almost any other Premier League club last season.
It leaves Sunderland joint second in the arrest league among Premier League teams, behind Manchester United (85 arrests) and level with Aston Villa.
In another entry, everything was blackened out except the 13-digit arrest number, the date and time of the arrest, the booking type, and the arresting officer.
among various Palestinian districts as following: 243 arrests from Hebron, 136
Contract award: supply of hot and dry food for the needs of arrests at the regional offices execution of sentences.
The percentage of crimes cleared by arrest is obtained first by dividing the number of offenses cleared by the number of offenses known and then multiplying the resulting figure by 100.
And given the impacts an arrest record can have on an individual's life, what can be done to redress the policy's detrimental effects?
it was made a violation, with the first offense facing a maximum penalty of a $100 fine, but no arrest or jail.
Longtime friend and fellow USC grad Maribel Romero said Saturday that she didn't want to speak about Corona's arrest -- it was too sensitive.
She came and said whoever wants to return to the bookstore should come with her and we would talk respectfully to the police officer and to Barnes & Noble about why they had kicked us out and threatened to arrest us," Shaffer says.