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English translation: The laws ["leggi"] governing the acts ["atti"]...

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15:17 Sep 18, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: leggi di atti dell'accusa
speaker states this as a reason why bail will be denied.
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Local time: 02:56
English translation:The laws ["leggi"] governing the acts ["atti"]...
Explanation:
...described in the indictment ["accusa"]...

For example, if the defendant has been charged with, say, kidnapping, the laws governing the act of kidnapping would probably prohibit bail. -- HTH, HC
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naThe laws ["leggi"] governing the acts ["atti"]...Heathcliff


  

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The laws ["leggi"] governing the acts ["atti"]...


Explanation:
...described in the indictment ["accusa"]...

For example, if the defendant has been charged with, say, kidnapping, the laws governing the act of kidnapping would probably prohibit bail. -- HTH, HC

Heathcliff
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Local time: 17:56
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thank you very much!

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1 day4 hrs
Kirsty


Explanation:
are you quoting? A little more context would help us help you.
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