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(bringing to trial)interposición de una acción judicial feminine
- They should also consider private prosecutions where a conviction is likely and it is in the public interest to prosecute.
- Companies have been warned that they could be liable to prosecution if employees use their property to pirate music.
- The threat that hung over those who did not apply was that they might face future prosecution.
- Much of the ground might therefore be covered by the law of attempts and by prosecutions for complicity in attempts.
- That conduct consisted in the prosecution and settlement of the earlier action.
- To respond to mass atrocity with legal prosecutions is to embrace the rule of law.
- The four who faced criminal prosecutions are expected to petition the Law Lords to hear their appeals.
- Such clauses need not prevent the prosecution of meritorious suits.
- It could be used in court at an application for a parenting order or during a prosecution for truancy.
- The prosecution follows a project carried out by the council's trading standards office last August.
- Certainly, he contends, Parliament never intended to impose a filter for criminal prosecutions.
- Underpayments will have to be back-paid to employees or employers face prosecution.
- As they had indicated, the prosecution did not proceed further against her husband.
- He warned that those which continued to serve out of hours could face prosecution and possible closure.
- Whether or not the police did so, the prosecution of the accused proceeded on the evidence against them.
- Two people are facing possible prosecutions for malicious or criminal damage.
- Again the driver was offered a chance to go on the course rather than face prosecution.
- Businesses without a new licence in August face prosecution if they continue to trade.
- Individuals can bring private prosecutions in the criminal courts, but cases are rare.
- The five traders caught in the first sweep are currently being interviewed with a view to prosecution.
(court case)proceso masculinejuicio masculineto bring a prosecution against sb — interponer una acción judicial contra algn
- it's his second prosecution for theft — es la segunda vez que lo procesan por robo
1.3(prosecuting side)the prosecution — la acusación
- before noun prosecution case — acusación
- prosecution witness — testigo de cargo / de la acusación
- Either the prosecution proves that the accused had the requisite intent, or it does not.
- In this court that waiting room is only for the witnesses of the prosecution.
- At trial, the prosecution called a number of remand witnesses to give evidence.
- In that case the court had before it not only the privileged material but the prosecution's response to it.
- Once he had raised this issue the prosecution was obliged to disprove it if they were to secure a conviction.
- It moves the onus of proof from the defendant to the prosecution, as recommended by public health experts.
- The prosecution said the teenager was seen carrying objects around and hurling stones during the disturbances.
- The prosecution chose this course rather than have her video played to the jury.
- Whether the prosecution proceed with that retrial is a matter for their judgment.
- Did the prosecutor at trial ever indicate a reason for not calling him as a witness for the prosecution?
- The prosecution alleged that failing to discharge their roles had contributed to the four deaths.
- They are frequently of great importance both to the prosecution and to the defence in the conduct of the trial.
- He later became the chief state witness for the prosecution in the arms trial.
- It is not purely for the benefit of the prosecution to have the suspect picked out.
- He could be both a victim and a witness for the prosecution at such a trial.
- The prosecution, of course, says that this is just a case of the hair breaking in half.
- The onus is on the prosecution to show cause why bail should be denied because the person lacks mental capacity.
- That is the way in which the prosecution conducted its case and it is the way in which her Honour summed up to the jury.
- My submission on that would be it is a duty upon the prosecution to ensure the indictment is in proper form.
- The defendant has the right to call witnesses and to cross-examine any witness called by the prosecution.
2formal(of campaign)prosecución feminine
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