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nuevas figuras, inejercicio, opinión de inejercicio

English translation: new offenses / inacction / lack of prosecution (ver nota)

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17:33 Oct 31, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Mexico
Spanish term or phrase: nuevas figuras, inejercicio, opinión de inejercicio
From a table showing the disposition of crime investigation cases. I thought "figuras" meant "mechanisms" (administratively proceedings rather than a court trial), but now, I'm not so sure, and I don't know what the difference is between inejercicio (inaction, or failure to prosecute) and opinión de inejercicio:

Rubros:
Iniciadas
Concluidas
Consignación
Nuevas figuras
Inejercicio
Opinión de inejercicio
Otras formas (incompetencia)
Pendientes
(año tras año)
Patricia Rosas
United States
Local time: 00:32
English translation:new offenses / inacction / lack of prosecution (ver nota)
Explanation:
I guess it's talking about criminal law, so:
Nuevas figuras = New offenses
Inejercicio = inaction (or even lack of prosecution)
Opinión de inejercicio = opinion (or even order) agains the prosecution.
La opinión de inejercicio es la opinión contraria a continuar con los cargos vertida por el superior jerárquico del Ministerio Público que ejerce la acusación.
Hope it helps!
http://www.bibliojuridica.org/libros/2/574/tc.pdf


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Note added at 34 mins (2006-10-31 18:07:38 GMT)
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To answer your question, Patricia, I found it via Google, in its Mexical version. No idea about the Mexican gov site (I'm Spanish).
I'm glad to hear it's useful for you!

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Note added at 40 mins (2006-10-31 18:13:42 GMT)
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Thanks again, Patricia.

More than happy to help you anytime!
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Maria Garcia
Local time: 09:32
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Thank you, again! I'll let you decide if it should be entered in the glossary ...
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new offenses / inacction / lack of prosecution (ver nota)


Explanation:
I guess it's talking about criminal law, so:
Nuevas figuras = New offenses
Inejercicio = inaction (or even lack of prosecution)
Opinión de inejercicio = opinion (or even order) agains the prosecution.
La opinión de inejercicio es la opinión contraria a continuar con los cargos vertida por el superior jerárquico del Ministerio Público que ejerce la acusación.
Hope it helps!
http://www.bibliojuridica.org/libros/2/574/tc.pdf


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Note added at 34 mins (2006-10-31 18:07:38 GMT)
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To answer your question, Patricia, I found it via Google, in its Mexical version. No idea about the Mexican gov site (I'm Spanish).
I'm glad to hear it's useful for you!

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Note added at 40 mins (2006-10-31 18:13:42 GMT)
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Thanks again, Patricia.

More than happy to help you anytime!


Maria Garcia
Local time: 09:32
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in category: 58
Grading comment
Thank you, again! I'll let you decide if it should be entered in the glossary ...
Notes to answerer
Asker: María: Thanks so much for sharing that document! Did you find it via Google, or via a Mexican gov. web site? ¡gracias!

Asker: I meant to say that the explanation you gave was very helpful, too!


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agree  Patrice
7 mins
  -> thanks, Patricia Struyk
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