Translation of offender in Spanish:

offender

infractor, n.

Pronunciation /əˈfɛndə//əˈfɛndər/

noun

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    infractor masculine
    infractora feminine
    (criminal) delincuente masculine
    as he was a first offender como era su primera infracción/su primer delito
    • previous offender reincidente
    • as far as wasting paper's concerned, he's the worst offender en cuanto a desperdiciar papel, él es más culpable que nadie
    • That is what we are dealing with, with child sex offenders.
    • The shots fired at her by the offender were totally unprovoked, totally unnecessary.
    • It demonstrated the procedures to follow for sentencing young offenders.
    • They emphasize violent criminals to build prisons and they fill them with drug offenders, and insist on the death penalty.
    • Under a civil lawsuit, however, the judge can decide freely which measure will be taken against the offender.
    • Offenders of intellectual property violations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
    • There is nowhere dedicated to housing and rehabilitating delinquent girls or juvenile female offenders.
    • The offenders had previously either been found guilty or pleaded guilty to conspiracy to handle stolen goods.
    • This sentence allows an offender to be detained indefinitely.
    • The teenagers, both persistent young offenders, had admitted at least three other offences each on different days in west York.
    • Drunk drivers and other misdemeanor offenders may be less likely to face prison if a Ministry of Justice policy proposed yesterday is implemented.
    • Many of the young offenders who are let out are not first offenders.
    • She owns her own firm — often representing repeat offenders — and finds herself in a world unto itself.
    • Important differences emerged regarding the criminal histories of major and minor offenders.
    • In the past two decades, the federal prison population has doubled, mostly due to drug offenders.
    • State budget deficits are often amplified by costs associated with prisons bulging with nonviolent drug offenders.
    • He pushed for a law that would forever put away violent repeat offenders like the men who killed his daughter.
    • There are major problems, nevertheless, in applying the law there and prosecuting offenders.
    • Offenders often fail to realize the severity of their crimes, and an antagonistic prison environment can exacerbate feelings of being wrongly accused and hamper treatment.
    • There are no similar laws denying aid to violent or other criminal offenders - including murderers.