Definition of Reconvicting
1. reconvict [v] - See also: reconvict
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Literary usage of Reconvicting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of William Ellis (founder of the Birkbeck Schools) with Some Account of by Edmund Kell Blyth (1889)
"... and corrupt society, and a great saving in the "'outlay at present occasioned by the necessity of re- " 'capturing, recommitting, reconvicting, ..."
2. Annual Report of the Prison Association of New York for the Year by Prison Association of New York (1908)
"Nothing can be done for him, yet the State allows itself to be put to the never-ending expense of capturing and reconvicting him, only to liberate him again ..."
3. Legislative Documents Compiled by Order of the ... General Assembly by Iowa General Assembly (1892)
"... and reconvicting and recommitment. During the first part of the biennial period I had on hand and received through the Iowa prison aid association, ..."