abogado de oficio translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nm.
public defender
pref.
public defender
nm.
patent attorney
[BIZ]
nm.
patent attorney
[BIZ]
exp.
a lawyer by profession
exp.
the opposing party's lawyer
exp.
ex officio member
nm.
public defender
[BIZ]
exp.
professional thugs
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abogado

, a      sm/f  
1    lawyer, attorney(-at-law)   (EEUU)     
ejercer de abogado      to practise o   (EEUU)   practice law  
recibirse de abogado        (esp LAm)   to qualify as a lawyer  
  abogado/a auxiliar     (Méx)   junior lawyer  
  abogado/a criminalista   criminal lawyer  
  abogado/a defensor(a)   defending counsel  
  abogado/a del Estado   public prosecutor, attorney general   (EEUU)     
  abogado del diablo   devil's advocate  
  abogado/a de oficio   court-appointed counsel, duty solicitor, public defender   (EEUU)     
  abogado/a de secano   barrack-room lawyer  
  abogado/a laboralista   labour lawyer, labor lawyer   (EEUU)     
  abogado/a matrimonialista   divorce lawyer  
  abogado/a penalista     (Méx)   criminal lawyer
2    (=defensor, partidario)   champion, advocate
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"abogado de oficio": examples and translations in context
Deberíamos tener un abogado de oficio. Maybe we should ask for a public defender.
Tienen derecho a un abogado de oficio. That entitles you to a public defender.
Por consiguiente, se le asignó un abogado de oficio. A court-appointed lawyer was then designated.
Fueron interrogados en presencia de un intérprete y un abogado de oficio. They were questioned in the presence of an interpreter and a court-appointed lawyer.
Tendré que aceptar un abogado de oficio. I'll have to take a lawyer the court appoints.
El tribunal le asignó entonces un abogado de oficio. The court then assigned a legal aid lawyer.
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