Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Legislators and prosecutors say the laws are necessary to protect society, and especially children, from incorrigible offenders.
A year's good behaviour would return them to the first class, meaning that only a hard core of incorrigible offenders tended to be flogged.
Pariahs without equal, the most incorrigible offenders were to spend many more years behind coils of razor wire.
Truly incorrigible offenders were to be imprisoned for life, because "we do not wish to behead or hang and cannot deport" them.
More importantly, all too many incorrigible offenders never drop their violent behavior, and our criminal justice system doesn't provide an adequate way to keep them off our streets.
In terms of social make up, persistent offenders share a very common profile.
I must ask my right hon. Friend to wait for an answer to his question about persistent offenders.
I think the company should take action against the persistent offenders, not penalise everybody.
They could report persistent offenders to the local police.
But they are for persistent offenders against internal regulations, although this does not happen frequently.
He said one of his main concerns was the problem of persistent offenders.
Trying to buck it only led to trouble and, for persistent offenders, could even prove fatal.
But the Government accepts that for persistent offenders some kind of youth detention must also be available to the courts.
The authority has warned that it will not hesitate to prosecute persistent offenders.
Good referees are quick to pick up on this and impose penalties for persistent offenders.
In recent years the probation service has devoted increasing resources to supervising the more serious and persistent offenders.
Persistent offenders may be sent to see their Head of Year or Section.
Administrators can ban persistent offenders from the site.
Persistent offenders can suffer fines of as much as $5,000, the exchange warned.
And persistent offenders face losing their licence.
These are hard persistent offenders who are not benefitting from the treatment they're getting from social workers.
"Many of these young people consequently become the life-long persistent offenders who are saturating our adult prisons."
And we had to reform the laws around criminal justice, including on antisocial behaviour, organised crime and the treatment of persistent offenders.
Persistent offenders are liable to be banned.
Persistent offenders are invited to leave.
The tentative agreement also would increase minimum sentences for a range of violent crimes, particularly for persistent offenders, state officials said.
Focusing the rules so that only larger errors and the most persistent offenders will incur penalties for misdeclaration.
'Last resort' Friends of the Earth has previously argued that fines should be retained for some persistent offenders.
Hang, draw and quarter persistent offenders?
Rogers believes earlier intervention focusing on her glue sniffing could have stopped her becoming a persistent offender.