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Definition of Deprivation of liberty

Deprivation of liberty Definition from Law Dictionaries & Glossaries
European Commission Glossary of Justice and home affairs
A sanction reserved for those convicted of certain criminal offences. To tackle international financial crime, the EU is proposing common definitions, incriminations and sanctions to be established throughout the Union. (See Judicial-criminal: Extradition & surrender procedures across the EU)
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Deprivation of liberty Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
Wikipedia English - The Free Encyclopedia
Liberty is the quality individuals have to control their own actions. Different concepts of liberty articulate the relationship of individuals to society in different ways. Some concepts relate to life under a social contract, existence in an imagined state of nature, and therefore define the active exercise of freedom and rights essential to liberty in corresponding ways. Understanding liberty involves how we imagine, and structure, individual's roles and responsibilities in society in terms of free will and determinism, which involves the larger domain of metaphysics.

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