attainder

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Englisch - Türkisch
vatandaşlık hakkını kaybetme
manevi ölüm
şerefsizlik
haciz/hak mahrumiyet
idam hükmü verilmesi veya kanun dışı ilân edilmesi hallerinde bir kimsenin bütün vatandaşlık haklarını kaybetmesi
eski leke
{i} idam mahkumunun vatandaşlık haklarını kaybetmesi
Englisch - Englisch
The state a prisoner enters once a death sentence (usually for treason) had been issued; the state of being stripped of all civil rights
{n} the act of attainting in law, a taint
{i} loss of property and rights (Law); disgrace (Archaic)
In English law, the extinction of civil and political rights after a sentence of death or outlawry, usually after a conviction of treason. A legislative act attainting a person without trial was known as a bill of attainder. The most important consequences of attainder were forfeiture of property and "corruption of blood," meaning that the attainted person was disqualified from inheriting or transmitting property, thus disinheriting his descendants. All forms of attainder except forfeiture following indictment for treason were abolished in the 19th century. As a result of the English experience, the U.S. Constitution provided that "no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attainted." The U.S. Supreme Court has also struck down as bills of attainder such things as the test oaths passed after the Civil War to disqualify Confederate sympathizers from certain professions
A stain or staining; state of being in dishonor or condemnation
The act of attainting, or the state of being attainted; the extinction of the civil rights and capacities of a person, consequent upon sentence of death or outlawry; as, an act of attainder
cancellation of civil rights
bill of attainder
A legislative determination imposing punishment without trial; prohibited under the United States Constitution
bills of attainder
plural form of bill of attainder
act of attainder
exercise of power; act which is done; performance; process of doing
bill of attainder
act of legislature that convicts a citizen of a crime without a trial (illegal according to the U.S. Constitution)
bill of attainder
a legislative act finding a person guilty of treason or felony without a trial; "bills of attainder are prohibited by the Constitution of the United States
bill of attainder
A legislative act pronouncing a person guilty of a crime, usually treason, without trial and subjecting that person to capital punishment and attainder. Such acts are prohibited by the U.S. Constitution
attainder

    Silbentrennung

    at·tain·der

    Türkische aussprache

    ıteyndır

    Aussprache

    /əˈtāndər/ /əˈteɪndɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ &-'tAn-d&r ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English attaynder, from Middle French ataindre to accuse, attain.

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