įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis

English translation: current conviction

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Lithuanian term or phrase:įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis
English translation:current conviction

14:14 May 7, 2014
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Lithuanian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Lithuanian term or phrase: įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis
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Rasa Didžiulienė
Lithuania
current conviction
Explanation:
įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis = current conviction

Nereikia pažodinio vertimo. Įsiteisėjęs — current (dabar galiojantis). Apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis — conviction. "Convicted convict" yra tas, apie kurį yra įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis.
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Gintautas Kaminskas
Australia
Local time: 23:45
Grading comment
Manau gali būti ir: a judgement of conviction was passed and became effective against (cituoju iš LR įstatymo vertimo)
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current conviction


Explanation:
įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis = current conviction

Nereikia pažodinio vertimo. Įsiteisėjęs — current (dabar galiojantis). Apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis — conviction. "Convicted convict" yra tas, apie kurį yra įsiteisėjęs apkaltinamasis teismo nuosprendis.

Gintautas Kaminskas
Australia
Local time: 23:45
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Grading comment
Manau gali būti ir: a judgement of conviction was passed and became effective against (cituoju iš LR įstatymo vertimo)

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