careo

English translation: confrontation

16:49 Jul 22, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: careo
Los detenidos serán careados (two defendants or a defendant and a witness meet face to face when their respective testimonies differ from each other ).
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English translation:confrontation
Explanation:
careo de testigos: "confrontation of witnesses or defendants with contradictory evidence in order to evaluate the truthfulness of testimony"

Cabanellas-Hoague.
and personal experience

HTH
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naface off
Yvette Camou
naSee below
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naconfrontation
BAQMIA
nato confront / to bring face to face
Claudia Berison


  

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5 mins
to confront / to bring face to face


Explanation:
From Diccionario Jurídico by Cabanellas de las Cuevas. Good luck!!!!

Claudia Berison
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1 hr
confrontation


Explanation:
careo de testigos: "confrontation of witnesses or defendants with contradictory evidence in order to evaluate the truthfulness of testimony"

Cabanellas-Hoague.
and personal experience

HTH

BAQMIA
Local time: 03:46
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1 hr
See below


Explanation:
Yes, I agree with the translations listed before. However, I find a mistake in your English explanation:
"Detenidos" are not defendants, but "detainees". "Defendant" would be "acusado" or "demandado". ¡Cuidado!

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3 hrs
face off


Explanation:
This is term appropriate for this context.

Yvette Camou
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