Definition of Rearrests

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rearrest) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rearrests

1. rearrest [v] - See also: rearrest

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rearrests

rearrange
rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic
rearrangeable
rearranged
rearrangement
rearrangement reaction
rearrangement reactions
rearrangements
rearranger
rearrangers
rearranges
rearranging
rearrest
rearrested
rearresting
rearrests
rears
rears up
rearticulate
rearticulated
rearticulates
rearticulating
rearview
rearview mirror
rearview mirrors
rearward
rearward(a)
rearwardly
rearwards
reascend

Literary usage of Rearrests

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Woman and New York Law by George James Bayles (1911)
"... committed to jail upon her original conviction by virtue of which her commitment to the Anchorage was made. Detentions and Rearrests in Cases of Escape. ..."

2. Drug Courts: Overview of Growth, Characteristics, & Results by Daniel C. Harris (1997)
"Five of the six studies measured rearrests; two of these studies compared rearrests for participants to rearrests for offenders eligible to participate who ..."

3. Alcohol and Health: Seventh Special Report to the Us Congress by Louis Sullivan (1997)
"Research on interventions for DWI offenders has also examined the impact of these interventions on rearrests for DWI. In a study conducted in 11 small ..."

4. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1896)
"I Detentions and rear- rests, power of managers as to. Rearrests In case of escapes. Rearrests in case of ..."

5. The Law of Torts by Melville Madison Bigelow (1907)
"Two days afterwards, the defendant rearrests the plaintiff on the old process and ... the defendant rearrests her upon the old warrant, and takes her before ..."

6. The Law of Torts by Melville Madison Bigelow (1901)
"Two days afterwards, the defendant rearrests the plaintiff on the old process and commits ... Afterwards the defendant rearrests her upon the old warrant, ..."

7. Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics 1995 by Estados Unidos Departament of Justice (1996)
"Rearrests occurring after the end of this 1-year study period are not included in the table, Information on rearrests in jurisdictions other than the one ..."

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