criminal

ˈkrɪmɪn(ə)l

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Adjective: уголовный преступный криминальный гангстерский
Noun: преступник уголовник уголовный преступник субъект преступления

Фразы:

criminal conviction - осуждение в уголовном порядке

dangerous criminal - опасный преступник

criminal intent - преступный умысел

criminal complaint - обвинение в совершении преступления

criminal complicity - соучастие в преступлении

criminal conduct - преступное поведение, преступление

criminal conversation - внебрачная связь

criminal [civil] court - уголовный [гражданский] суд

detected criminal - обнаруженный преступник

experienced criminal - опытный преступник

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Примеры:

His behavior verges on the criminal. - Его поведение — на грани криминала.

The judge put the criminal away for ten years - Судья приговорил преступника к десяти годам тюрьмы.

I don't want my son to be mixed up with criminal types. - Я не хочу, чтобы мой сын водился с преступниками.

a lawyer who specializes in criminal law - юрист, который специализируется в уголовном праве

He has a disposition toward criminal behavior. - Он имеет склонность к преступной деятельности.

criminal in the sight of God and man - преступник в глазах Бога и людей / преступник перед Богом и людьми

analyze the evidence in a criminal trial - анализ улик в уголовном процессе

The evidence prompted a criminal investigation. - Данный факт стал причиной уголовного расследования.

New York's criminal underworld - преступный мир Нью-Йорка

The souteneur is always a criminal. - Сутенёр всегда не в ладах с законом.

The escaped criminal was handed over to the police. - Беглый преступник был передан в руки полиции.

a high incidence of criminal behavior - высокий уровень преступности

The criminal is being pursued by police. - Преступника преследует полиция.

The court commenced criminal proceedings. - Суд возбудил уголовное дело.

The identity of the criminal is not known. - Личность преступника неизвестна.

The case will be tried in a criminal court. - Дело будет рассматриваться в уголовном суде.

She usually deals with serious criminal cases. - Обычно она занимается серьёзными уголовными делами.

Is there a case on in the Central Criminal Court? - Рассматривается ли сейчас какое-либо дело в Центральном уголовном суде?

He insists that he is a revolutionary not a common criminal. - Он упорно твердит, что является революционером, а не обычным преступником.

The judge noted that Miller had no previous criminal record. - Судья отметил, что Миллер не имел предыдущих судимостей.

Central Criminal Court - Центральный уголовный суд

Police uncovered a criminal plot. - Полиция раскрыла преступный заговор.

a criminal defendant's waiver of a jury trial - отказ обвиняемого по уголовному делу от суда присяжных

The guard delivered the criminal to the police. - Охранник передал преступника полиции.

He is a vicious criminal who deserves no mercy. - Это ужасный преступник, который не заслуживает пощады.

She had built a reputation as a criminal lawyer. - Она уже имела репутацию хорошего адвоката по уголовным делам.

Their profits nourish other criminal activities. - Их прибыли поддерживают другие виды криминальной деятельности.

a criminal who escaped from prison and caused mayhem - преступник, который сбежал из тюрьмы и устроил погром

The court has jurisdiction over most criminal offenses. - Данный суд обладает юрисдикцией в отношении большинства уголовных правонарушений.

The possession of stolen property is a criminal offence. - Хранение краденого имущества является уголовным преступлением.

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Связанные термины:

criminal code: the body of laws regulating how crimes are to be punished

criminal law: the body of law dealing with the constitution of offences and the punishment of offenders

career criminal: a person who earns his or her income through criminal activities

criminal court: A criminal court is a law court that deals with criminal offences .

criminal damage: intentionally damaging property that belongs to someone else, including public property

criminal lawyer: a lawyer who deals with criminal rather than civil cases

criminal record: a list of a person's criminal convictions

petty criminal: someone who commits petty crime or a petty crime

criminal activity: Activity is a situation in which a lot of things are happening or being done.

criminal assault: a punishable offence of attempting to harm another person through physical contact

criminal barrister: In England and Wales, a barrister is a lawyer who represents clients in the higher courts of law. Comparesolicitor .

criminal contempt: any seriously disrespectful act committed against the dignity or authority of a court

criminal liability: If you are liable for something such as a debt, you are legally responsible for it.

criminal offence: an action which is punishable under the law

criminal penalty: A penalty is a punishment that someone is given for doing something which is against a law or rule.

criminal profiling: the analysis of a person's psychological and behavioural characteristics, so as to assess whether they are likely to have committed a crime under investigation

criminal background: Your background is the kind of family you come from and the kind of education you have had. It can also refer to such things as your social and racial origins, your financial status, or the type of work experience that you have.

criminal conversation: (formerly) a common law action brought by a husband by which he claimed damages against an adulterer

criminal investigation: an investigation by the police into a crime

criminal negligence: negligence which is punishable under the law

criminal proceedings: action taken in a court to bring a criminal prosecution against someone

criminal wrongdoing: the act of causing harm to a person or damage to his or her interests

criminal justice system: the combination of courts and legal processes that deal with crime

Criminal Records Bureau: (in England and Wales ) a service offering employers and voluntary organizations access to police, health, and education records

Criminal Investigation Department: → the full name for CID

International Criminal Police Organization: International Criminal Police Organization, an association of over 100 national police forces, devoted chiefly to fighting international crime

National Criminal Intelligence Service: (formerly) a policing agency which analysed and provided criminal intelligence

NCIS: National Criminal Intelligence Service

war crime: a crime committed in wartime in violation of the accepted rules and customs of war, such as genocide, ill-treatment of prisoners of war, etc

computer crime: crime perpetrated on or requiring the use of computers

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Однокоренные слова:

criminalist - криминалист, специалист по уголовному праву
criminality - преступность, виновность
criminally - преступно, согласно уголовному праву
criminalize - сделать преступником

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