Translation of complainant in Spanish:

complainant

reclamante, n.

Pronunciation /kəmˈpleɪnənt//kəmˈpleɪnənt/

noun

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    reclamante feminine
    Law actor masculine
    Law actriz feminine
    • The jury had every opportunity to assess the credibility of the witnesses, both complainants and appellant.
    • The appellant met all three complainants in turn on that beach.
    • The judge then questioned the complainant, asking questions upon the topics which he had been asked to.
    • Subsequent board decisions relating to the complaint should be notified to the complainant.
    • Mr Howell stated he was unsure as to whether the complainant would withdraw his complaint.
    • Both the complainant and the defendant were in the witness box over two days.
    • All of this activity allegedly took place in the presence of both complainants and the accused.
    • The jury had seen the three complainants in the witness box for an extensive period.
    • He now accepts that a reasonable person would think that his conduct would cause the complainants to fear that violence would be used.
    • No evidence was to be called for the defence impugning the complainant's reliability.
    • It avoided the necessity of both complainants testifying at his trial.
    • One problem is a justice system that fails young people, both complainants and defendants.
    • The taxi driver gave evidence that the complainant was crying and upset throughout the journey.
    • In the event, no evidence was given by the complainant or the appellant about these matters.
    • The delay was in the complainant not reporting it, not in the prosecution failing to prosecute it.
    • The purpose of the Tribunal is not confined to matters between the complainant and the solicitor.
    • The Act established procedures for resolving minor complaints informally, if complainants agree to this.
    • The role of active citizenship would be amply demonstrated, without having to afford complainants full legal party status.
    • The complainant's credibility is central to the issue of the appellant's guilt.
    • The appellant knew how he had behaved towards the complainants.