GTJ

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GTJGathering the Jewels (Welsh heritage and culture website; UK)
GTJGoing to Jail
GTJGeotechnical Testing Journal
GTJGrace Theological Journal
GTJGot to Jet
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If they pay the tax from a mistaken interest in the individual taxed, to save his property, or prevent his going to jail, it is because they have not considered wisely how far they let their private feelings interfere with the public good.
He had never considered going to jail, or whether, if he did, his mother would bring him cake in a basket.
Niveen said that "going to jail was a very tough experience for me and a dark phase in my life."
Going to jail might be the best thing for the "Teen Mom." She told her fans she would use her time in the slammer wisely and get her GED, not to mention sober.
"If you're afraid of going to jail," Sheehan said, "if the fear of Richard Nixon locking you up is going to scare you, you have no business being a newspaperman."
But I did know that I had to do something that would afford me the opportunity to move out of the inner city, where the influence to make illegal money was stronger than the risk of going to jail or even dying.
Sometimes it might mean going to jail. If such is the case, you must honorably grace the jail with your presence."
It has gotten convictions in about 275 cases against individuals--75 percent of them are going to jail, and 25 percent of those going to jail are executives going to jail for five years or more.
But, by doing so, you run the risk of going to jail!"
Hence, in this case, Americans are going to jail for the crime of attending weapons training classes and listening to political speech.
Scott Breen, of St George's Road, Lower Stoke, was told he had narrowly escaped going to jail after a court heard how he had matured.
This would take and cost more money, he says, but it would reduce the chance of an innocent person going to jail.