indictable translation | English-French dictionary

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indictable

  

      adj  
[person]  
passible de poursuites  
indictable offence      délit    m   tombant sous le coup de la loi  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
indictable adj.
tombant sous le coup de la loi
[Bus.]

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"indictable": examples and translations in context
(a) is convicted of an indictable offence; a) est reconnu coupable d'un acte criminel;
(b) the offence would be an indictable offence if it were committed in Canada. b) l'infraction serait un acte criminel si elle avait été commise au Canada.
Incest, against a person under 16 years of age (indictable offence) Inceste commis sur une personne de moins de 16 ans (acte d'accusation)
(i) is convicted of an indictable offence, (i) est déclaré coupable d'un acte criminel,
funds in departments. This new indictable offence will carry a maximum penalty publics dans les ministères. Quiconque commet ce nouvel acte criminel sera
It would increase from $100 to $200 for indictable offences. Elle s'élèvera à 200 $ au lieu de 100 $ pour les infractions punissables par mise en accusation.
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