Traducción de indictable en Español:


tipificado como delito, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈdaɪdəb(ə)l//ɪnˈdʌɪtəb(ə)l/



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    tipificado como delito
    • In Australia, our serious crimes are called indictable offences, but that term can also include shoplifting.
    • The decision whether to treat an offence as summary or indictable is made by the Crown prosecutor after taking into account all the circumstances of the case.
    • Hence, the argument as well that the act of violence or the major indictable offence that was identified, the attempted robbery, was over and so on.
    • You are not on trial for an indictable offence against a law of the Commonwealth.
    • Charges ranged from forgery and fraud over $5,000 to conspiracy to commit an indictable offence.
    • Section 494 of the Criminal Code permits the arrest of a person whom one finds committing an indictable offence.
    • That means in relation to rape, which would be an indictable offence, no guarantee of jury trial.
    • Even under the Australian Constitution, which has no bill of rights, the right to a trial by jury for federal indictable offences is preserved by section 80.
    • He points out that serious crime, indictable offences, fell by 21 per cent, from 102,484 offences to 81,274 offence in the five-year period.
    • This Act provides the procedures for the holding of preliminary inquiries into indictable offences by Magistrates.
    • It is desirable for all offenders charged with an indictable or a serious summary offence to complete a copy of the fingerprint information form P59B in their own handwriting.
    • Thus, if the jury acquit the accused of the more serious indictable offence, they may still convict of the summary offence.
    • If dealt with in the magistrates court, minor indictable matters are prosecuted by the police.
    • The person has committed an indictable offence.
    • Crimes and misdemeanours are indictable offences…
    • The Part II suspect regime allows for blood samples to be obtained from those suspected of committing an indictable offence.
    • Unless one has committed a serious indictable offence such as rape or murder, one has a good chance at starting anew.
    • The powers can be used by the Crown Court in relation to a person convicted of any indictable offence.
    • They've got power to arrest people, this is without warrant, who they believe on reasonable grounds have committed serious indictable offences.
    • For an indictable offence, there is no formal time limit for the commencement of a prosecution.