self defense

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Politika, Siyaset) meşru savunma
meşru müdafaa
savunma

İddialara göre o onu kendini savunmak için öldürdü. - She allegedly killed him in self defense.

kendini koruma

Tom kendini korumak için Mary'yi vurduğunu iddia ediyor. - Tom claims he shot Mary in self defense.

meşru müdafa
self defense force
(Askeri) meşru müdafaa kuvveti
self defence
(Kanun) nefsi müdafaa
self defence
(Kanun) nefsi müdafa
self defence
(Askeri) kendini savunma
self-defense
savunma

Tom polise Mary'yi kendini savunma amacıyla vurduğunu söyledi. - Tom told the police that he shot Mary in self-defense.

Polis, Dan'in kendini savunma sınırları içinde hareket ettiğini tespit etti. - The police established that Dan acted within the bounds of self-defense.

self-defense
(Ticaret) kendini savunma
self-defense
tabak
privilege of self defense
nefs i müdafaa hakkı
privilege of self defense
savunma hakkı
self defence
meşru müdafaa
self defence
meşru savunma
self defence
savunma
self defence
kendini koruma
Englisch - Englisch
physical defense of oneself; defending one's rights or actions
the right to protect oneself against violence by using reasonable force, especially when used as justification in a murder charge
the means of defending oneself from physical attack
Black Panther Party for Self-Defense
U.S. African American revolutionary party founded in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale (b. 1936) in Oakland, Calif. Its original purpose was to protect African Americans from acts of police brutality. Eventually the Panthers developed into a Marxist revolutionary group that called for the arming of African Americans, their exemption from the draft, the release of all African American prisoners, and payment of compensation to African Americans for centuries of exploitation by white Americans. By the late 1960s it had more than 2,000 members, with chapters in several major cities; an early spokesman was Eldridge Cleaver (1935-98). Conflicts with police in the late 1960s and early '70s led to shoot-outs in California, New York, and Chicago, one of which resulted in Newton's imprisonment for the murder of a police officer. Though some members of the party were guilty of criminal acts, the entire group was subjected to violent attacks by police and harassment by other government agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Police activities in dealing with the Panthers were later the subject of congressional investigations. By the mid-1970s, having lost many members and having fallen out of favour with African American leaders, the party turned to providing social services in African American neighbourhoods. By the early 1980s it had effectively disbanded
Self-Defense Force
Japan's military after World War II. In Article 9 of Japan's postwar constitution, the Japanese renounced war and pledged never to maintain land, sea, or air forces. The rearming of Japan in the 1950s was therefore cast in terms of self-defense. In 1950 a small military force called the National Police Reserve was created; this became the National Safety Force in 1952 and the Self-Defense Force in 1954. Ostensibly it was never to be used outside Japan or its waters; consequently, Self-Defense Force participation in UN peacekeeping missions or relief work has sparked vigorous debate in Japan and abroad, especially among nations that were victims of Japanese aggression in World War II
self-defense
the protection of one's person or property against some injury attempted by another
self-defense
the act of defending yourself
self-defense
In criminal law, an affirmative defense (e.g., to a murder charge) alleging that the defendant used serious force necessarily for self-protection. The claim of self-defense must normally rely on a reasonable belief that the other party intended to inflict great bodily harm or death and that avoidance by retreating was impossible. See also homicide
self-defense
The protection of one's person or property against some injury attempted by another The law of "self-defense" justifies an act done in the reasonable belief of immediate danger When acting in justifiable self-defense, a person may not be punished criminally nor held responsible for civil damages
self-defense
The right of a state to defend itself when it can show that the use of force in its own defense is necessary, justified, and proportionate to the seriousness of the circumstances
self-defense
(noun) (1) Defense of oneself when physically attacked (2) Defense of what belongs to oneself, as one's works or reputation (3) (Law) The right to protect oneself against violence or threatened violence with whatever force or means are reasonably necessary
self-defense
Any act of violence by Israelis
self-defense
The protection of one's person or property against some injury attempted by another The law of "self defense" justifies an act done in the reasonable belief of immediate danger When acting in justifiable self-defense, a person may not be punished criminally nor held responsible for civil damages
self-defense
Claim that an act otherwise criminal was legally justifiable because it was necessary to protect a person or property from the threat or action of another
self-defense
The claim that an act otherwise criminal was legally justifiable because it was necessary to protect a person or property from the threat or action of another
self-defense
self protection
selfdefense
The act of defending one's own person, property, or reputation
united self-defense force of colombia
a terrorist organization in Colombia formed in 1997 as an umbrella for local and regional paramilitary groups; is financed by earnings from narcotics and serves to protect the economic interests of its members; "the AUC conducted over 800 assassinationsin one year
self defense

    Silbentrennung

    self de·fense

    Türkische aussprache

    self dîfens

    Aussprache

    /ˈself dəˈfens/ /ˈsɛlf dɪˈfɛns/

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