jeopardy

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} risk

Yaşamın risk altında. - Your life is in jeopardy.

{i} tehlike

İç barış tehlikeye girer mi? - Would domestic peace be plunged into jeopardy?

(Kanun) muhatara
double jeopardy aynı suç için ikinci defa yargılanma
tehl

İç barış tehlikeye girer mi? - Would domestic peace be plunged into jeopardy?

nazik durum
hayatı tehlikede
muhakeme edilmekte olan bir sanığın maruz olduğu cezaya çarpılma ihtimali
{i} huk. yargılanan sanığın cezaya çarpılma olasılığı
in jeopardy of his life idam cezası tehlikesine maruz
{i} riziko
(Kanun) hasar
in jeopardy of his life
hayatı tehlikede
in jeopardy of his life
1. idam cezası tehlikesiyle karşı karşıya. 2. hayatı tehlikede
double jeopardy
huk. aynı suç için ikinci defa yargılanma
put in jeopardy
riske atmak
put in jeopardy
tehlikeye atmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Jeopardy!, a popular television game show in which contestants answer clues by responding in the form of a question, hosted originally by Art Fleming and most notably by Alex Trebek

after Wheel we’d watch Jeopardy which again she was much better at than me and after Jeopardy we’d watch prime-time lineup—usually NBC because she likes thier sitcoms better.

Danger of loss, harm, or failure

It seemed to me I could do something in that vein with my characters: the ticking clock, dire jeopardy, quick changes of fortune, small acts having huge consequences.

{n} danger, peril, hazard, risk, doubt
If someone or something is in jeopardy, they are in a dangerous situation where they might fail, be lost, or be destroyed. A series of setbacks have put the whole project in jeopardy. in jeopardy in danger of being lost or harmed (juparti, from jeu parti )
Potential for awkward rolls on a future turn
danger, threat, risk
Potential for awkward rolls in future turns
The peril in which an accused is placed when he is properly charged with a crime before a court Jeopardy normally attaches when the petit jury is impaneled After such time, the accused may not be released and tried at a later date for the same offense Subject to exception See double jeopardy
{i} danger, peril, hazard, risk; endangerment, imperilment; danger or risk that a person who has been charged with a crime undergoes when on trial (Law)
An element of risk or danger
To jeopardize
{f} endanger, imperil, put at risk, place in danger
a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
Danger to the defendant of possible conviction and punishment In a criminal proceeding, the defendant is usually said to be in "jeopardy" after the jury has been sworn in and the preliminary hearing has taken place
Exposure to death, loss, or injury; hazard; danger
jupartie
Double Jeopardy
A round of questioning or other situation where the possible gains and/or losses from choices are magnified

We may now be ready for the Double Jeopardy round. Now for the next question.

double jeopardy
The act of trying someone twice for the same offense, especially after an acquittal in the first trial
double jeopardy
Fifth Amendment provision that prohibits prosecution for the same offense twice
double jeopardy
1 Prosecution or punishment twice for the same offense, which is prohibited by the U S Constitution and by many state constitutions
double jeopardy
Potential for awkward rolls both next turn and the turn after
double jeopardy
Facing judgment twice for the same crime The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution protects citizens from double jeopardy
double jeopardy
the prosecution of a defendant for a criminal offense for which he has already been tried; prohibited in the fifth amendment to the United States Constitution
double jeopardy
Occurs when a less popular brand, as defined by market share, also has less brand loyalty among its customers
double jeopardy
(insurance) life-risk in HK, after completion of Daya Bay nuclear plant
double jeopardy
Trial more than once for the same crime The Constitution guarantees that no one shall be subjected to double jeopardy
double jeopardy
The marketing problem in which smaller brands are bought both less frequently and by fewer people
double jeopardy
Double jeopardy occurs when someone is tried twice for committing the same crime
double jeopardy
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime It is forbidden by the Fifth Amendment to the U S Constitution
double jeopardy
A promise the people cannot be found guilty if they have already been found not guilty of the same crime
double jeopardy
Fifth Amendment guarantee, enforceable against states through Fourteenth Amendment, protects against second prosecution for same offense after acquittal or conviction, and against multiple punishments for same offense
double jeopardy
Being tried twice for the same offense
double jeopardy
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime It is forbidden by the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution
double jeopardy
Common-law and constitutional prohibition against more than one prosecution of the same crime, transaction or omission
double jeopardy
Trying a person twice for the same crime The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution prohibits double jeopardy
double jeopardy
Prohibition against more than one prosecution for the same crime
double jeopardy
Common law and constitutional prohibition (5th Amendment) against more than one prosecution for the same crime
double jeopardy
Common law and Constitutional prohibition against more than one prosecution for the same crime, transaction or omission
double jeopardy
The act of putting a person through a second trial for an offense for which he or she has already been prosecuted or convicted. when someone is taken to court a second time for the same crime, in some unusual situations. In law, the prosecution of a person for an offense for which he or she already has been prosecuted. In U.S. law, double jeopardy is prohibited by the 5th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which states that no person shall "be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life and limb." The clause bars second prosecutions after acquittal or conviction and prohibits multiple convictions for the same offense. Thus a person cannot be guilty of both murder and manslaughter for the same homicide, nor can a person be retried for the same crime after the case has been resolved. A person can, however, be convicted of both murder and robbery if the murder arose from the robbery. The prohibition against double jeopardy is not violated when an individual is charged for behaviour stemming from an offense for which he has been charged in a different jurisdiction or in a different court (e.g., a civil court as opposed to a criminal court). See also rights of the accused; due process
double jeopardy
claim that a defendant has already stood trial for a crime and therefore may not be tried again for the same crime in the same jurisdiction
freedom from double jeopardy
a civil right guaranteed by the 5th amendment to the US constitution
in jeopardy
in danger, at risk
jeopardy
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