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English term or phrase:charge sheet
Dutch translation:akte van beschuldiging
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07:10 Nov 2, 2001
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: charge sheet
Het hoofd van de marine vraagt aan een advocaat om een charge sheet op te stellen van een beklaagde.
Volgens mij gaat het hier niet om de aanklachten zelf.
Hoe wordt een charge sheet van een beklaagde in het Nederlands vertaald? Alvast bedankt.
Sandra
akte van beschuldiging
Explanation:
Dag Sandra,

Het betreft hier wel degelijk een vraag naar het overzicht van de beschuldigingen/aanklachten die tegenover de man in kwestie werden geformuleerd; dit wordt doorgaans in het Nederlands met 'akte van beschuldiging' vertaald.

Hier heb je een voorbeeld van een 'charge sheet' in het Engels:

Source: Brode, Patrick. Casual Slaughters and Accidental Judgments: Canadian War Crimes Prosecutions, 1944-48. Toronto: Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, 1997
[Note: Kurt Meyer was convicted on the first, fourth and fifth charges, acquitted on the other two. He was sentenced to death. His appeal for clemency was rejected, and, after review, a few days later by the same officer, the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. For biographical details, see Meyer. For the United Nations War Crimes Commission report on his trial see The Abbaye Ardene Case: The Trial of SS Bridagefuhrer Kurt Meyer.

Charge Sheet of Kurt Meyer
The accused, Brigadefiihrer Kurt Meyer, an officer in the former Waffen S.S., then a part of the Armed Forces of the German Reich, now in the charge of the 4th Battalion, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, Canadian Army Occupation Force, Canadian Army Overseas, is charged with:

First Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Kingdom of Belgium and in the Republic of France, during the year 1943 and prior to the 7th day of June 1944, when Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, in violation of the laws and usages of war incited and counselled troops serving under his command to deny quarter to Allied troops.

Second Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France, on or about the 7th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war, in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command killed twenty-three Canadian prisoners of war at or near the villages of Buron and Authie.

Third Charge: Committing a war crime in that he at his Headquarters at L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne, in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France on or about the 8th day of June 1944, when Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, in violation of the laws and usages of war, gave orders to troops under his command’to kill seven prisoners of war, and as a result of such orders the said prisoners of war were thereupon shot and killed.

Fourth Charge: (Alternative to the Third Charge) Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France on or about the 8th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command shot and killed seven Canadian prisoners of war at his Headquarters at the L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne.

Fifth Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Nor-mandy and Republic of France on or about the 7th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th Panzer Grenadier Regiment was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command killed eleven Canadian prisoners of war (other than those referred to in the Third and Fourth Charge) at his Headquarters at L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne.

R.J. Orde, Brigadier, Judge Advocate-General

Source: Windsor Municipal Archives, box I, file 1/5 Macdonald Papers

En hier een voorbeeld van het gebruik van 'akte van beschuldiging':

"De beschuldigingen zijn uitermate zwaar. De akte van beschuldiging vermeldt 19 verschillende categorieën "misdaden" en "misdrijven". De 41 beschuldigingen van gewapende rebellie, slagen en verwondingen, diefstal, gijzeling en vernielingen kunnen leiden tot celstraffen en schadevergoedingen die in de miljoenen lopen.
De delegatie van Clabecq gaf leiding aan een unieke strijd in de geschiedenis van de arbeidersbeweging: "Durven strijden, durven overwinnen", in die geest heeft Clabecq alle krachten in het land gemobiliseerd..."

HTH



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Belgium
Local time: 21:35
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Bedankt, Evert, voor je inderdaad heel informatieve antwoord.
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akte van beschuldiging


Explanation:
Dag Sandra,

Het betreft hier wel degelijk een vraag naar het overzicht van de beschuldigingen/aanklachten die tegenover de man in kwestie werden geformuleerd; dit wordt doorgaans in het Nederlands met 'akte van beschuldiging' vertaald.

Hier heb je een voorbeeld van een 'charge sheet' in het Engels:

Source: Brode, Patrick. Casual Slaughters and Accidental Judgments: Canadian War Crimes Prosecutions, 1944-48. Toronto: Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, 1997
[Note: Kurt Meyer was convicted on the first, fourth and fifth charges, acquitted on the other two. He was sentenced to death. His appeal for clemency was rejected, and, after review, a few days later by the same officer, the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. For biographical details, see Meyer. For the United Nations War Crimes Commission report on his trial see The Abbaye Ardene Case: The Trial of SS Bridagefuhrer Kurt Meyer.

Charge Sheet of Kurt Meyer
The accused, Brigadefiihrer Kurt Meyer, an officer in the former Waffen S.S., then a part of the Armed Forces of the German Reich, now in the charge of the 4th Battalion, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, Canadian Army Occupation Force, Canadian Army Overseas, is charged with:

First Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Kingdom of Belgium and in the Republic of France, during the year 1943 and prior to the 7th day of June 1944, when Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, in violation of the laws and usages of war incited and counselled troops serving under his command to deny quarter to Allied troops.

Second Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France, on or about the 7th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war, in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command killed twenty-three Canadian prisoners of war at or near the villages of Buron and Authie.

Third Charge: Committing a war crime in that he at his Headquarters at L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne, in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France on or about the 8th day of June 1944, when Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, in violation of the laws and usages of war, gave orders to troops under his command’to kill seven prisoners of war, and as a result of such orders the said prisoners of war were thereupon shot and killed.

Fourth Charge: (Alternative to the Third Charge) Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Normandy and Republic of France on or about the 8th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th S.S. Panzer Grenadier Regiment, was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command shot and killed seven Canadian prisoners of war at his Headquarters at the L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne.

Fifth Charge: Committing a war crime in that he in the Province of Nor-mandy and Republic of France on or about the 7th day of June 1944, as Commander of the 25th Panzer Grenadier Regiment was responsible for the killing of prisoners of war in violation of the laws and usages of war, when troops under his command killed eleven Canadian prisoners of war (other than those referred to in the Third and Fourth Charge) at his Headquarters at L’Ancienne Abbaye Ardenne.

R.J. Orde, Brigadier, Judge Advocate-General

Source: Windsor Municipal Archives, box I, file 1/5 Macdonald Papers

En hier een voorbeeld van het gebruik van 'akte van beschuldiging':

"De beschuldigingen zijn uitermate zwaar. De akte van beschuldiging vermeldt 19 verschillende categorieën "misdaden" en "misdrijven". De 41 beschuldigingen van gewapende rebellie, slagen en verwondingen, diefstal, gijzeling en vernielingen kunnen leiden tot celstraffen en schadevergoedingen die in de miljoenen lopen.
De delegatie van Clabecq gaf leiding aan een unieke strijd in de geschiedenis van de arbeidersbeweging: "Durven strijden, durven overwinnen", in die geest heeft Clabecq alle krachten in het land gemobiliseerd..."

HTH





Evert DELOOF-SYS
Belgium
Local time: 21:35
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Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch, Native in FlemishFlemish
PRO pts in category: 61
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Bedankt, Evert, voor je inderdaad heel informatieve antwoord.

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