plea

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} savunma

Savunma avukatı karardan memnundu. - The defense attorney was pleased by the verdict.

Adam kendini savunmak için yalvardı. - The man pleaded self-defence.

{i} rica

Alaycı görüşlerini kendine saklamanı rica ediyorum. - Please keep your cynical remarks to yourself.

Lütfen Tom'a buraya gelmesini ve bu formları doldurmamız için bize yardım etmesini rica et. - Please ask Tom to come here and help us fill out these forms.

{i} mazeret
court of common pleas medeni hukuk mahkemesi
{i} dava

Davalı lütfen ayağa kalkın. - The defendant will please rise.

özür

Lütfen özürlerimi Tom'a ilet. - Please convey my apologies to Tom.

Lütfen Tom'a özürlerimi ilet. - Please give Tom my apologies.

itiraz
yalvarma
{i} bahane

Benim bahanelerimi duymazdan geliyordu. - He was deaf to my pleas.

{i} talep

Lütfen yazılı talep doldurun. - Please file a written request.

{i} huk. dava
{i} huk. iddia, ifade
special plea asıl davadaki maddelere ilaveten ortaya atılan yeni şikâyet maddesi
{i} huk. itiraz
savunma/rica/özür
(Kanun) ifade

Ne ima ettiğini bildiğimden emin değilim. Lütfen mümkünse onu farklı biçimde ifade et. - I'm not sure I know what you're getting at. Please express it differently if you can.

İstediğiniz gibi kendinizi ifade edin. - Express yourself as you please!

plea of guilty
suçlu kabul etme
plea bargained
savunma pazarlık
plea deal
(Kanun) suçun cezasının hafifletilmesi için sanığın avukatı aracılığı ile ceza indirimi için davayı yarım kesip, dava sonunda alabileceği daha ağır ceza yerine hafif ceza için görüşmesi
plea bargaining
suç ikrarı
plea for mercy
af talebi
plea guilty
(Kanun) suçluluk savunması yapmak
plea not guilty
(Kanun) suçsuzluk savunması yapmak
plea of guilty
suçu kabullenme
plea of guilty
(Kanun) suçu kabul etme
plea of the crown
cezai kovuşturma
counter plea
(Kanun) karşı iddia
make a plea
dava açmak
enter a plea
savunma girin
guilty plea
itiraf
insanity plea
delilik savunma
request, demand; plea, appeal
istek, talep, savunma, itiraz
gambling plea
(Kanun) bahis def’i
gambling plea
(Kanun) kumar def'i
jurisdiction plea
(Kanun) yetki itirazı
making of plea
(Kanun) defi ileri sürme
on the plea of
bahanesiyle
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The defendant’s answer to the plaintiff’s declaration and demand
An excuse; an apology

Can we this quote? No plea must serve; ‘t is cruelty to spare. -- Sir John Denham.

A cause in court; a lawsuit; as, the Court of Common Pleas. See under Common

Can we this quote? The Supreme Judicial Court shall have cognizance of pleas real, personal, and mixed. --Laws of Massachusetts.

An allegation of fact in a cause, as distinguished from a demurrer
That which is alleged or pleaded, in defense or in justification
An appeal, petition, urgent prayer or entreaty

a plea for mercy.

That which is alleged by a party in support of his cause
an argument to obtain some desired action
{n} an excuse, allegation, form of pleading
抗辯
The defendant's formal response to a criminal charge (guilty, not guilty, nolo contendere, not guilty by reason of insanity, and guilty and mentally ill)
The response by a defendant to formal change(s) in court Such pleas include guilty, not guilty, nolo contendere (no contest) or not guilty by reason of insanity
In a criminal case, the defendant's statement pleading "guilty" or "not guilty" in answer to the charges, a declaration made in open court
A formal statement of a defendant in response to a criminal accusation
A plea is a reason which is given, to a court of law or to other people, as an excuse for doing something or for not doing something. Phillips murdered his wife, but got off on a plea of insanity
(law) a defendant's answer by a factual matter (as distinguished from a demurrer)
A plea is an appeal or request for something, made in an intense or emotional way. Mr Nicholas made his emotional plea for help in solving the killing. = appeal
In a court of law, a person's plea is the answer that they give when they have been charged with a crime, saying whether or not they are guilty of that crime. The judge questioned him about his guilty plea We will enter a plea of not guilty
{i} (Law) request, appeal; excuse, pretext; statement, affidavit; defendant's answer to a charge
an answer indicating why a suit should be dismissed
A pleading; any one in the series of pleadings More particularly, the first pleading on the part of the defendant In the strictest sense, the answer which the defendant in an action at law makes to the plaintiff’s declaration, and in which he sets up matter of fact as defense, thus distinguished from a demurrer, which interposes objections on grounds of law
See under Common
In a criminal proceeding, it is the defendant's declaration in open court that he or she is guilty or not guilty The defendant's answer to the charges made in the indictment or information
That which is alleged by a party in support of his cause; in a stricter sense, an allegation of fact in a cause, as distinguished from a demurrer; in a still more limited sense, and in modern practice, the defendant's answer to the plaintiff's declaration and demand
1 In equity, a special answer relying upon one ore more things a reason for the suit to be dismissed, delayed or barred At law, broadly, any one of the common law pleadings Technically, the defendant's or respondent's answer the matter of fact to the plaintiff's petition or complaint In the criminal procedure, the defendant will enter a plea at his arraignment of not guilty, guilty or in some jurisdictions, nolo contendere or non vult (meaning no contest)
That which the plaintiff alleges in his declaration is answered and repelled or justified by the defendant's plea
The first pleading by a criminal defendant, the defendant's declaration in open court that he or she is guilty or not guilty The defendant's answer to the charges made in the indictment or information
A pleading, the first pleading on the part of the defendant to the indictment as to his guilt or innocence
In a criminal proceeding it is the defendant's declaration in open court, that he is guilty or not guilty - the defendant's answer to the charges made against him in the indictment or information
An urgent prayer or entreaty
The answer given by an accused when charged with a criminal offence - "guilty" or "not guilty"
That which is alleged or pleaded, in defense or in justification; an excuse; an apology
In criminal practice, the plea is the defendant's formal answer to the indictment or information presented against him
a humble request for help from someone in authority
A cause in court; a lawsuit; as, the Court of Common Pleas
In chancery practice, a plea is a special answer showing or relying upon one or more things as a cause why the suit should be either dismissed, delayed, or barred
A plea is the delivery, in a formal manner, of the defendant's response to the plaintiff's declaration, complaint, or to the indictment
The defendant's answer to the plaintiff's declaration and demand
statement made by the defendant as to his guilt or innocence to the charge made against him or her
an answer indicating why a suit should be dismissed (law) a defendant's answer by a factual matter (as distinguished from a demurrer)
(RWT) In a criminal case, the defendant's statement pleading "guilty" or "not guilty" in answer to the charges, a declaration made in open court
the offender's response to criminal charges, which can be: guilty, not guilty, nolo contendere (not admit guilt and not argue charges), or Alford plea (not admit guilt, but agree there's enough evidence to convict)
plea bargain
An agreement in which a defendant agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge instead of not guilty to a greater one
plea bargaining
Alternative spelling of plea-bargaining
plea bargaining
The process of negotiating a verdict and sentence without a complete trial
plea bargains
plural form of plea bargain
plea in abatement
Plea to the effect that from some formal defect (e.g. misnomer, want of jurisdiction) the proceedings should be abated
plea of the crown
A legal action against a criminal
plea-bargain
To make an agreement in which a defendant agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge instead of not guilty to a greater one
plea bargaining
Law - an arrangement between prosecutor and defendant whereby the defendant pleads guilty to a lesser charge in the expectation of leniency
plea agreement
An agreement between the government and the defendant to resolve a pending criminal case by the defendant's entry of a guilty plea rather than going to trial The prosecutor may agree to dismiss or reduce certain charges, or recommend a certain sentence, or agree with the defendant that a certain sentence is appropriate in return of the defendant's entering a plea of guilty
plea agreement
offender and prosecutor agree on charges, plea and sentence--no trial occurs
plea agreement
an agreement between the prosecutor and the defendant in which the defendant agrees to plead guilty or no contest to avoid a trial
plea agreement
This is sometimes inaccurately called "plea bargaining," which is a term used to describe a method of disposing of cases without a trial Most defendants plead guilty Once a defendant decides to plead guilty, it is up to the District Attorney's Office and the defendant's attorney to work out an agreement to present to the judge The defendant may agree to plead guilty to the crime(s) charged or to a lesser offense, and there may be an agreement that the District Attorney's Office will recommend a sentence to the judge The judge may accept or reject the plea Although a victim does not have the final say as to what sentence is given, the District Attorney's Office is interested in their viewpoint and will present that to the court at sentencing
plea agreement
An agreement between the County Attorney and the Public Defender and accepted by the Court In the agreement some charges are usually dropped or reduced in exchange for the juvenile admitting to other charges, thus saving the time and expense of a lengthy adjudication (or trial) The Probation Officer plays no part in the plea bargaining process
plea bargain
Agreement between prosecution and defense that the accused will admit having committed a crime, provided that other charges are dropped and the recommended sentence is shortened
plea bargain
agreement according to which the accused will cooperate with the prosecution and will get a reduced sentence as a reward, compromise between the person suing and the one being sued
plea bargain
A negotiated agreement between the defense and the prosecution
plea bargain
(criminal law) a negotiation in which the defendant agrees to enter a plea of guilty to a lesser charge and the prosecutor agrees to drop a more serious charge; "his admission was part of a plea bargain with the prosecutor"; "plea bargaining helps to stop the courts becoming congested
plea bargain
A compromise between the defendant and the prosecution where the defendant pleads guilty to an amended or a lesser charge
plea bargain
If an accused person plea bargains, they accept a plea bargain. More and more criminals will agree to plea-bargain. + plea bargaining plea bar·gain·ing the introduction of a system of plea bargaining
plea bargain
outside of courtroom, defense discusses with prosecutor whether charges should be nolled, changed or dismissed
plea bargain
Negotiation between the prosecutor and the accused to exchange a guilty plea for conviction of a lesser charge, subject to approval by the court
plea bargain
An agreement between the defendant, a judge, and a prosecutor in which the defendant admits guilt, usually in exchange for a promise that a particular sentence will be imposed
plea bargain
1 The process whereby the accused and the prosecutor negotiate a mutually satisfactory disposition of the case The defendant may plead guilty to a lesser offense or to only one or some of the counts in a multicount indictment In return, the defendant seeks concessions on the type and length of the sentence or a reduction of counts against him
plea bargain
In some legal systems, a plea bargain is an agreement that, if an accused person says they are guilty, they will be charged with a less serious crime or will receive a less severe punishment. A plea bargain was offered by the state assuring her that she would not go to prison
plea bargain
The negotiation of an agreement between a prosecutor and a defendant whereby the defendant is permitted to plead guilty to get a reduced sentence The following link will take you to an article at CNN com about the plea bargain submitted by the court-appointed attorney defending computer hacker Kevin Mitnick: http: //www cnn com/TECH/computing/9903/18/mitnick plea 02/
plea bargain
An agreement by the prosecutor to recommend charge or sentence reduction to the judge in exchange for the defendant's agreement to plead guilty
plea bargain
Pretrial negotiations in which the defendant agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge if more serious charges are dropped
plea bargain
- The process by which the accused agrees to enter a plea of guilty, often to a lesser offence, in exchange for a promise by the prosecuting attorney to recommend either a relatively light sentence or a dismissal of part of the charges
plea bargain
A plea bargain usually involves a plea by a criminal defendant of guilty or nolo contendere (no contest) to a lesser offense or to only one of several charged offenses in return for an agreed-upon disposition
plea bargain agreement
make an agreement in which a criminal pleads guilty to a lesser charge in order to ensure a conviction
plea bargaining
when someone agrees to admit in court that they are guilty of one crime, in exchange for not being charged with a more serious crime bargain bargain. Negotiation of an agreement between the prosecution and the defense whereby the defendant pleads guilty to a lesser offense or (in the case of multiple offenses) to one or more of the offenses charged, in exchange for more lenient sentencing, recommendations, a specific sentence, or a dismissal of other charges. Supporters claim plea bargaining speeds court proceedings and guarantees a conviction; opponents believe it prevents justice from being served
plea in bar
legal plea that omits the pretext for trial
plea of privilege
claim of privilege, claim of right or immunity (Law)
plea-bargain
agree to plead guilty in return for a lesser charge; "If he plea-bargains, he will be sent to a medium-security prison for 8 years
Alford plea
A plea in criminal court in which the defendant does not admit guilt but concedes the government has sufficient evidence to convict
cop a plea
To plead guilty to a lesser criminal charge than one had been charged with
defence plea
legal argument negating the accusation brought against the defendant
dilatory plea
a plea that delays the action without settling the cause of action; it can challenge the jurisdiction or claim disability of the defendant etc
dilatory plea
(such defenses are usually raised in the defendant's answer)
enter a plea
submit a defense argument in a court of law
false plea
untruthful claim
guilty plea
Formal admission in court as to guilt of having committed criminal act charged which a defendant may make if he or she does so intelligently and voluntarily, i e , accused can only make such plea after he or she has been fully advised of rights and court has determined that accused understands such rights and is making plea voluntarily It is equivalent to and is binding as a conviction after trial on the merits, and it has the same effect in law as a verdict of guilty and authorizes imposition of punishment prescribed by law
guilty plea
When a defendant enters a guilty plea, the defendant waives the right to trial and, unless the plea is an Alford plea or a plea of nolo contendere, admits to the court that he/she committed the offense If the court accepts the plea, the case proceeds to sentencing
guilty plea
A formal admission to an offense charged in a criminal complaint, information, or indictment
guilty plea
Formal admission in court as to guilty which defendant may make if he or she does so intelligently and voluntarily; i e accused can only make such plea after he or she has been fully advised of rights and court has determined that accused understands such rights and is making plea voluntarily
insanity plea
(criminal law) a plea in which the defendant claims innocence due to mental incompetence at the time
insanity plea
(Legal) claim by a defendant of non-responsibility for a crime due to mental problems (temporary or permanent)
limitation plea
claim made past the time in which it is allowed to submit a legal claim
pleas
plural of plea
preliminary plea
initial claim of "guilty" or "not guilty" at the beginning of a trial
present a plea
submit an argument
prevent a plea
prevent an argument, stop a plea from taking place
plea
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