English-Russian Dictionary of American Criminal Law by Marina Braun, Galina Clothier

By Marina Braun, Galina Clothier

The call for for a competent and updated English-Russian felony reference has develop into obtrusive because the finish of the chilly warfare, which has resulted in broad ties with the previous Soviet Union in quite a few parts. relatively, legal legislations wishes references that bridge cross-cultural verbal exchange within the criminal enviornment. The dictionary covers most often used criminal phrases, basically from felony legislation, and different court-related phrases and expressions. The phrases are indexed with Russian equivalents, definitions, and examples of utilization in English with their Russian translation. The appendix contains present samples of courtroom files translated into Russian. This dictionary should be of curiosity to court docket interpreters, teachers and scholars of criminal translation, and compilers of certification fabrics, in addition to lawyers and legislations enforcement body of workers who take care of Russian-speaking consumers.

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2. zjejiaxb 3aMenaHHe, BbiroBop. advice, n. 1. B3rjum; MHeHHe; coBex 2. " asked the defense attorney of the defendant. " — cnpocHJi a^BOKax cBoero no/pamnxHoro. a d v i s e , v. 1. BbiCKa3biBaxb MHeHHe, coBex; peKOMeimoBaxb ruiaH ^eiicxBHii; coBexoBaxb; KOHcyjibxnpoBaxb 2. HH

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The defendant has an alibi, y o6BHHHeMoro ecxb ajin6H. allegation, n. 1. 3a«BJieHHe; yxBepacaeHHe OaKXiwecKHe yxBepxcaeHiw, KaK npaBHJio, o6BHHHxejibHoro xapaKxepa, nofljioKaimie AOKa3axejibcxBy B cy^eGHOM npouecce. flejiaexca BO BpeMfl npeABapHxejibHoro nporaBOflexBa no flejiy. 2. rojiocjiOBHoe, HenoaxBepHCfleHHoe yxBepacaeHHe There were some allegations of his sexual misconduct that led to a divorce. IIoroBapuBajiH o ero aMopanbHOM noBe/jeHHH, HXO npHBejio K pa3B0,zry. alleged, adj. MHHMHH; HKOGW HMeBHiHil Mecxo There is a judicial order to relieve alleged overcrowding in prisons.

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