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prosecution

noun (LEGAL)
法律
 
 
/ˌprɒs.ɪˈkjuː.ʃən/ US  /ˌprɑː.sɪ-/
[C or U] when someone is prosecuted
(被)起訴;(被)檢舉;訴訟
A number of the cases have resulted in successful prosecution.
這些案件中有數宗是最後成功提起訴訟的。
Doctors guilty of neglect are liable to prosecution.
怠忽職守的醫生很可能會被起訴。
Taking legal action
the prosecution [S, + sing/pl verb] the lawyers in a trial who try to prove that a person accused of committing a crime is guilty of that crime
控方律師,原告律師
His plea of guilty to manslaughter was not accepted by the prosecution.
他關於過失殺人罪的抗辯沒有被原告律師接受。
The prosecution alleged that he lured the officer to his death by making an emergency call.
原告律師宣稱他撥打報警電話,將那個警官誘入死地。
Lawyers and legal officials
Translations of “prosecution”
in Korean 기소…
in Arabic مُحاكَمة…
in Portuguese processo criminal…
in Catalan processament, enjudiciament…
in Japanese 起訴, 訴訟…
in Italian processo penale…
in Russian судебное преследование…
in Turkish kovuşturma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法律, (被)起诉, (被)检举…
in Polish oskarżenie…
(Definition of prosecution noun (LEGAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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