What distinction do Attica the country and Attica the state prison and the place Attica in the Book of mormon share?
There is no country named Attica.
Attica State Prison is in Attica, New York.
The word Attica is never used in the Book of Mormon. Seeing as two of these do not exist and one does, they don't really have any distinction or similarity.
Attica Prison riot happened in 1971.
The prison at Attica, NY, is a state run prison, not one operated for profit by a private company.
James Henerson has written: 'Attica' -- subject(s): Attica Correctional Facility, Drama, Prison riots
The Final Report - 2006 Attica Prison Riot 3-5 was released on: USA: 23 June 2008
Attica State Prison
What is a factor that led to the creation of central agencies that guide prison administration and ensure consistency of prison standards?
Tombs, Rikers, Attica, SingSing (Ossining), Greenhaven, etc.
David Berkowitz, aka Son of Sam, is serving his 365 year sentence in Attica Prison in New York State.
Attica state prison
lol - I would think it does (although I am not certain). Most prisons do in order for the inmates to be able to sell their craft projects.
Nelson Rockefeller, who served in that post from 1959 until 1973 and who considered a run for the White. House until his plan was foiled by the Attica Prison Riot.
Vatican is the only country in the world which does not have prison. firstname.lastname@example.org
The riot at the Attica Correctional Facility resulted in 39 deaths including 10 correctional officers and civilian employees.
Nevada State Prison.
Both the state and the federal prison sentences for felon in possession of a firearm, make no distinction as to whether the weapon is loaded or not. The federal rap can be up to 15 years in prison.
To my knowledge there is no prison called Denmark, it is however a country in Scandinavia, Europe
Mississippi doesn't have a federal prison. Mississippi is a region, not a country.
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Denmark is a country with a parliamentary democracy.
John Mitchell was Attorney General under Richard Nixon. He holds the distinction of being only American Attorney General to serve a prison term.
believe it or not the Tongans are the most people in prison for their crime.especially in 09. for all sorts of reasons.
The warden or governor, depending on which country you are in.
By breaking US laws. This applies in any country; if you break the laws of that country while in that country you are subject to the laws of that country.
Mark David Chapman is a deranged man who murdered John Lennon in 1980 at the Dakota Buildings in New York City. He was charged with second-degree murder and was sentenced to 20 years to life. He has been in jail for 29 years and is being held at Attica State Prison.
Depends what country you are serving it in.
Depends on what country but probably not.
it depends on the country specific and the crimes
6-7years depends on the country
The terrorist was sent to prison for terrorizing the country.
They should be treated like they are in prison and not a country club. To get there you have to have done something wrong. Do the crime, pay the time.
as every country is having its own prison punishments japan is one of the most strict one's in the whole world.
It depends on the legislation of the country concerned.
Depends on country and/or state/province.
Yes, apart from those in prison.
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The country with the largest per capita prison population is the United States with over 700 prisoners per 100,000 population. Interestingly Canada which is almost identical to the population demographics has only 1/7th of this rate.
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It varies from country to country; in the US, for example, the maximum sentence is 5 years.
There are many things that play a part in a murder case but the hardest is death penalty if they have that or life in prison. It depends on what country and state you are talking about.
This will depend on the criminal law in your country, however, you are not entitled to get permission. To be out of prison for any funeral, it is also up to the prison authorities to decide this. Compassionate leave if granted is normally only granted (if granted) for a parent or a sibling.
He has the great distinction of being the only president ever to declare Martial Law and suspend all civil rights, arresting media reporters who wrote articles which he deemed oppositional and sending them to prison.
Usually it is time in prison; the specifics vary depending on what country you are in.
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It varies from country to country. In the US, fines range from $750 to $30,000, and a prison sentence is available in extreme cases.