Idiom: under arrest
Note: People are "put" or "placed" under arrest by the police.
— The police chased the criminals for five blocks before they captured them and placed them under arrest.
— The trial will be difficult because the policeman did not advise the defendant of his Miranda rights after he put him under arrest.
— How can you put her under arrest when she hasn't done anything?
— It was unjust how they also placed dozens of non-violent protesters under arrest.
— The police officer placed the man under arrest, he told him he had the right to remain silent and that any he said could be used against him in a court of law.
— How do I know if I'm under arrest or simply being detained?
— Is everyone put in handcuffs when they're under arrest?
— "Stop right there," the police officer yelled. "You're under arrest."
— Too many black people have recently been killed while under arrest in the United States.
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