Translation of forgery in Spanish:


falsificación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔːdʒ(ə)ri//ˈfɔrdʒəri/


  • 1

    falsificación feminine
    • When women are convicted it is more likely to be for offences involving theft and handling stolen goods, fraud, and forgery.
    • It is necessary to draw on a range of disparate provisions such as theft, deception, false accounting, forgery, and conspiracy.
    • The second basis upon which the documents were rejected was that document forgery in Albania was endemic, if I may term it that way.
    • Most of you have probably read that I was arrested recently on charges of forgery and fraud in suburban Philadelphia.
    • They were not asked to plead to charges of corruption, fraud, forgery and uttering, and contravening fishing laws.
    • The application to strike out was based on the admitted acts of forgery by Nigel of documents later produced on disclosure in the proceedings.
    • The most obvious examples are forgery, duress or mistake as to the nature of the form being signed (non est factum).
    • These included convictions for theft, forgery, counterfeiting and deception.
    • Other students have been codifying laws regarding fraud, forgery and rules on criminal culpability.
    • The basis of this action was forgery, fraud and perjury on the part of IAC.
    • The legislation will simplify the law on larceny, fraudulent conversion, forgery and embezzlement.
    • So there were certain crimes that I think by statute prevented your admission, and my recollection is that forgery was one of them.
    • Under the plea bargain, he pleaded guilty to reduced charges of forgery and violating campaign laws that limit foreign funding.
    • He was convicted of forgery, attempted theft and perjury and will be sentenced on September 15
    • In most cases where forgery is alleged it will be of no great importance whether this is or is not made out to the required higher civil standard.
    • He was, however, sentenced to 18 months in prison for immigration offenses and document forgery.
    • There is no question but that these actions were a blatant breach of trust that was accomplished by forgery and attempted to be justified by fraud.
    • He got nailed, convicted on all three counts: grand theft, forgery and perjury.
    • At the same time the force's detection rates for theft and handling offences, fraud and forgery, drug offence and theft of and from cars crime went up.
    • Is a pedimento vitiated if obtained by fraud, or only if it is obtained through forgery?
  • 2

    falsificación feminine
    • There was no evidence which could support the conclusion that all the documents necessarily were forgeries.
    • If these documents are shown to be forgeries, it will be the turning point in the news business between the new and old media.
    • Many doctors also believe that computer-generated prescriptions will make forgeries less likely.
    • Gardaí say they are the best note forgeries they have come across.
    • If they turn out to be forgeries, I'll certainly be happy to admit to having jumped the gun on the issue.
    • What will they try to do with these things, with these documents, with these forgeries?
    • So the basis for calling the memos forgeries seems to rest on points that don't add up.
    • Some were certain that the documents were forgeries and the earlier reports were fraudulent.
    • That report was based on documents that were later deemed to be forgeries.
    • Now ink tests have shown that the documents were forgeries and both papers have apologized.
    • The Niger documents were closely examined and found to be forgeries.
    • Slightly off topic, kudos to all my fellow bloggers who helped expose the guard document forgeries.
    • The ink tended to fade and smudge, making the banknotes look like forgeries.
    • And it was the internet bloggers who hammered away at the obvious forgeries in the fake memos.
    • I think the documents are indeed forgeries, but who made them?
    • U.N. officials determined the documents were forgeries before the war.
    • As part of the new searches, immigration officers will pore over documents, looking for forgeries of British and other national passports.
    • She also claims that some signatures are forgeries, an extremely serious allegation for which she provides no evidence.
    • Both documents were forgeries of course, but the patrols were fooled each and every time.
    • Which suggests that, to Pein's mind, it is actually impossible to prove that the documents are forgeries.