Translation of docket in Spanish:


lista de casos, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdɒkɪt//ˈdɑkət/


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    • 1.1US Law

      lista de casos feminine
      • Second, judges are under constant pressure to clear their dockets, and they have an obvious self-interest in avoiding trials.
      • He won, and made good by pushing the Legislature to put the issue on the docket in February.
      • This is a case so secret it does not appear on the Court's docket, and the Solicitor General simply refers to it as ‘this matter‘.
      • The consent decree litigation will remain on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas active docket through 2004.
      • With a small number of exceptions, the Supreme Court has control over its own docket.
      • He also cited the example of the late Chief Justice, who in 1974 opposed Miranda rights when it was up on the docket, but then upheld Miranda rights in 2000 when he was chief justice.
      • This is the case currently on the docket that comes closest to touching on the war on terrorism.
      • His name was not on the docket and his Certificate of Offence was not in any courtroom.
      • There are even sensitivity courses aimed at convincing judges that pro se litigants aren't nut-jobs trying to clog up their dockets but ordinary citizens deserving a modicum of respect.
      • Every juror is asked if they had ever been a victim of the type of crime that is on the docket or any type of crime at all.
      • Mr. Campbell does not indicate, in his submissions or in the docket filed, the hourly rate which he proposed to charge to his clients.
      • That would allow the city to remove blight from the docket of the 36th District Court.
      • With no judge in sight, prosecutors started summoning each person on the docket to a desk at the front of the room for a brief conference.
      • The Colombian and European racketeering cases were on the docket at federal district court in New York.
      • Once it gets on the docket, it's usually a year from argument to decision, and, frankly, I think that's longer than we need to take.
      • I'd like to send a message to those who would place frivolous lawsuits on the docket: knock it off.
      • On the docket next month is a New Hampshire law dealing with abortion and minors.
      • Taney's citizenship ruling continued a practice to which a majority of the Court had been committed since slavery cases began making regular appearances on the docket in the early 1840s.
      • The so-called enemy combatants have the next best thing to due process: a hearing on the docket in the Supreme Court of the United States.
      • He found the Barnes judgment ‘remarkably similar’ to this case, in that it was simply not completed on the trial date due to overloading of a small trial docket.

    • 1.2(agenda)

      orden del día feminine
      • The psychology of all these issues is on the docket.
      • On the docket tonight, a startling decision from a judge who's ordering the late-night show host to stay away from an obsessed fan.
      • Global fairness is indeed on the docket for discussion, but now is the time for action.
      • Interleague action against the N.L. East is on the docket, with tough series against the Phillies and Braves.
      • So let's take a look at the two Saturday games, starting with Redskins-Seahawks, the first game up on the docket.
      • Also on the docket: A project that seeks to integrate digitized voice, video and data so they don't become independent islands of hardware and software components.
      • Despite having a printed docket attached to my travel itinerary advising me exactly when to be on the aeroplane, I still arrived at the check-in counter before the staff actually did.
      • And, more than 1,400 bills were waiting on the docket between that day and the end of session in mid-September.
      • We would have to wait unless John was willing to jump straight to the last item on the docket.
      • Prosecuting the small-time operators in the U.S. isn't likely to rise to the top of the docket for state and federal law enforcers with limited budgets.
      • Then at the next meeting, the owners need to ask which things are still on the docket, not only from the previous meeting, but the one before that, and so on.
      • Normally, rescue is first on the docket for Navy teams.
      • You and I discussed a couple of things that were on the docket.
      • The topic was on the docket of one of the industry's biggest trade shows.
      • On the docket tonight, there is breaking news today in the case of the TV legal commentator's murdered wife.
      • This year they have no new reality shows on the docket.
      • To be on the 1999 team must have been especially nice, because you had the Pan American Games and the World Championships on the docket.

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    • 2.1

      (label) etiqueta feminine
      (label) rótulo masculine
      (delivery note) resguardo de entrega masculine
      • The health department is working with the British supermarket chain to introduce shopping dockets that contain the fat content and calorie information of the products being purchased.
      • The goods end up sitting for far less time in the warehouse and much of the paper trail of dockets and receipts has been eliminated.
      • Your adviser will need access to farm accounts, cheque book stubs, mart and factory dockets.
      • Warehouse dockets are a good example - the impact of the dot matrix daisywheel will go through layers of paper to make additional copies.
      • The docket, with ratings from A to F, is similar to those displayed on fridges and other white goods, and presents the consumer with information about how they can save money and help the environment.
      • So why did he take it upon himself to destroy those documents when other types of patient records from that period were left intact and similar dispatch dockets in other blood banks were not destroyed?

    • 2.2(customs certificate)

      certificado de aduana masculine
      • PayPal contacted Mr Eddy to ask if he had any proof, such as a shipping docket, to show that he had posted the items.

transitive verb

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