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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} huk. savcılık, savcının temsil ettiği taraf
(Kanun) savcılık

Savcılık on üç tanık çağırdı. - The prosecution called thirteen witnesses.

(Ticaret) adlı kovuşturma
(Kanun) davacı taraf
(Ticaret) başsavcılık

Sami kovuşturma için çalıştı. - Sami worked for the prosecution.

Kovuşturma ikizlerden hangisinin suçu işlediğini kanıtlayamadı. - The prosecution could not prove which of the twins had committed the crime.

(Kanun) İddianamenin kabulüyle başlayıp, hükmün kesinleşmesine kadar geçen evre, kovuşturma
(huk.) dava; davacı

Ceza hukuku, ceza yasası olarak da bilinen, bir suç olarak sınıflandırılmış olan bir hareket için takibat gerektirir. - Criminal law, also known as penal law, involves prosecution for an act that has been classified as a crime.

{i} huk. dava, kovuşturma
{i} yerine getirme
{i} sürdürme
{i} huk. davacı taraf
ileri götürme
{i} devam
bitirmeye çalışma
{i} ilerletme
adli takibat
prosecution office
(Kanun) savcılık
witness for the prosecution
(Kanun) savcının gösterdiği tanık
witness for the prosecution
(Kanun) iddia şahidi
witness for the prosecution
(Kanun) kamu şahidi
director of public prosecution
appear for the prosecution
kovuşturma için görünür
liable to prosecution
kovuşturma yükümlülüğü
(Kanun) Takipsizlik
public prosecution
Kamu davası
counsel for the prosecution
iddia makamı
counsel for the prosecution
davacı avukatı
counsel for the prosecution
iddia avukatı
have recourse to prosecution
(Kanun) savcılığa başvurmak
initiation of prosecution
(Kanun) takibatın başlaması
public prosecution office
(Kanun) cumhuriyet savcılığı
the prosecution
turn to prosecution
(Kanun) savcılığa şikayet etmek
turn to prosecution
(Kanun) savcılığa başvurmak
Englisch - Englisch
The prosecuting party
The act of prosecuting a scheme or endeavor

The prosecution of the war fell to Winston Churchill.

The institution of legal proceedings (particularly criminal) against a person
{n} a pursuit, process, criminal suit
The act of prosecuting a scheme or endeavor. e.g. The prosecution of the war fell to Winston Churchill
act of pursuing a lawsuit or criminal trial; the party initiating a criminal suit such as the State of Alabama
The act or process of prosecuting, or of endeavoring to gain or accomplish something; pursuit by efforts of body or mind; as, the prosecution of a scheme, plan, design, or undertaking; the prosecution of war
A criminal action taken against a company or individual, charging violation of the law (From FDA Consumer May-April 2000)
the institution and conduct of legal proceedings against a defendant for criminal behavior the lawyers acting for the state to put the case against the defendant
An agency that conducts legal proceedings against a person
where non-compliance has led to the Recipient being prosecuted by HSE
The prosecuting party. e.g. For the prosecution, Mr Standfast and for the Defense Mr Backpedal
The lawyers who try to prove that a person on trial is guilty are called the prosecution. Colonel Pugh, for the prosecution, said that the offences occurred over a six-year period
The back-and-forth correspondence between a patent examiner and an inventor (or the inventor's attorney) to establish what claims, if any, are entitled to be patented
The institution and carrying on of a suit in a court of law or equity, to obtain some right, or to redress and punish some wrong; the carrying on of a judicial proceeding in behalf of a complaining party, as distinguished from defense
the lawyers acting for the state to put the case against the defendant
1 The act of pursuing a lawsuit or criminal trial; the party initiating a criminal suit, i e , the state Where the civil litigant, or the state in criminal trial; fails to move the case towards the final resolution or trial as required by the court schedule, the matter may be dismissed for want of prosecution or for failure to prosecute
The party by whom criminal proceedings are instituted
All the steps involved in completing a patent application
1 The process of accusing a person and attempting to prove them guilty in a criminal court 2 The general term for those prosecuting a crime
Prosecution is the action of charging someone with a crime and putting them on trial. Yesterday the head of government called for the prosecution of those responsible for the deaths
Agency responsible for initiating proceedings in a criminal case by making affidavit charging a named person with the commission of a criminal offense Takes charge of the case and performs function of trial lawyer for the People
the institution and conduct of legal proceedings against a defendant for criminal behavior
The institution, or commencement, and continuance of a criminal suit; the process of exhibiting formal charges against an offender before a legal tribunal, and pursuing them to final judgment on behalf of the state or government, as by indictment or information
{i} institution of legal proceedings; filing of a legal action; continuation of an action, persistence, act of following through with an activity
the continuance of something begun with a view to its completion
The bringing of a court action against a person •Children & Criminal Law
prosecution histories
plural form of prosecution history
prosecution history
In United States patent law, the record of the examination of a patent application, including the original application itself, responses made by the examiner, and amendments made by the applicant to address objections raised by the examiner
malicious prosecution
A common law intentional tort which arises from a party (1) intentionally and maliciously instituting or pursuing (or causing to be instituted or pursued) a legal action (civil or criminal) that is (2) brought without probable cause and (3) dismissed in favor of the other party
Crown Prosecution Service
the CPS the government organization in England and Wales which is responsible for bringing legal charges against criminals
appear for the prosecution
represent the prosecution in a court of law
case for the prosecution
statements made by a prosecuting attorney and witnesses for the prosecution
plural of prosecution
witness for the prosecution
one who testifies for the prosecuting counsel



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˌpräsəˈkyo͞osʜən/ /ˌprɑːsəˈkjuːʃən/


    () From Late Latin prōsecutio Latin prōsequor (“follow, pursue”) pro- (“onward”) + sequor (“follow”) (English sequel). Compare persecution, and see more at prosecute.