Translation of criminal record in Spanish:

criminal record

antecedentes penales, n.

noun

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    (masculine plural) antecedentes penales
    prontuario masculine Southern Cone
    to have a criminal record tener prontuario
    • A few people even have minor criminal records, such as vandalism or petty theft.
    • They end up carrying a criminal record for a crime many argue their partner committed.
    • He became homeless in the 90s and has a criminal record for drugs, burglary and theft.
    • Further, welfare agencies have used criminal records to determine a person's eligibility for certain social services.
    • This country has no use for the criminals of other nationalities, particularly if they have committed serious crimes or have long criminal records.
    • They have criminal records and people will always know of them as thieves and criminals.
    • Of the seven remaining, four have criminal records and three were convicted of the St-Laurent bar attack.
    • People with criminal records or who had been convicted of offences in the past five years did not qualify to stand as candidates.
    • They are saying it is taking in recruits with criminal records and people who are barely literate.
    • The clearance procedure for new employees can take up to a month, and may involve security checks by the Gardai for a criminal record.
    • Police intelligence suggests these are people who don't want jobs, these are people who have criminal records, credit card fraud.
    • The cards, containing details of credit history, criminal records and immigration status, are being introduced to combat identity theft and illegal working.
    • Anyone between the ages of 18 and 55, of good fitness and without a criminal record can become a Special Constable.
    • They should be taken away from society and there should be a criminal record attached to those who commit such heinous crimes.
    • Most crime is committed by people with criminal records so their biometric traces are on file without the need to fingerprint the whole population or photograph our irises.
    • The database itself is a collection of people that have criminal records, or that have been charged with an offence.
    • Local police have arrested two thieves with long criminal records.
    • Robinson's future career options might also be limited if he is convicted and given a criminal record.
    • The argument that Dad had superior credibility over Mom in terms of marital stability, criminal records, and other behavior did not hold up.
    • Increasing numbers of these new types of participants have criminal records, including violent crimes.