Translation of prosecutor in Spanish:


fiscal, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɑsəˌkjudər//ˈprɒsɪkjuːtə/


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    fiscal masculine
    acusador masculine
    acusadora feminine
    (in private prosecutions) abogado de la acusación masculine
    (in private prosecutions) abogado de la parte querellante masculine
    (in private prosecutions) abogada de la acusación feminine
    (in private prosecutions) abogada de la parte querellante feminine
    • The county prosecutor is a public official, but he called these people animals and thugs.
    • The prosecutor's office said his mother identified the body the same day.
    • He said prosecutors were opening a criminal investigation into possible negligence.
    • However, he did not respond to the summons and did not appear at the offices of the prosecutors.
    • As soon as he leaves office, prosecutors can call him to the dock.
    • He said that his role was as a prosecutor and ‘he wanted to prosecute’ if at all possible.
    • The group pledged funding to the state prosecutor's office to help it to track down the killers.
    • The French government has asked prosecutors to open a preliminary manslaughter inquiry.
    • She did not make any public comment regarding her summons and prosecutors did not comment after she was released.
    • He makes it sound like the kind of thing that a prosecutor would want to prosecute.
    • She says the emphasis is on police and prosecutors initiating legal action, to take pressure off the woman.
    • The Paris prosecutor's office said it was closing the file into his death as a result of the police conclusions.
    • Such proceedings are intended by the prosecutor to culminate in a confiscation order.
    • Government prosecutors issued warrants for the arrest of five leading bank union officials.
    • He added that the list of universities has been handed over to the prosecutor's office.
    • Government prosecutors will now seek warrants for the arrest of the nine strike leaders.