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English translation: the party confessing or admitting something.

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Spanish term or phrase:confesante
English translation:the party confessing or admitting something.
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15:04 Apr 5, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: confesante
This term appears in a legal translation: Does somebody knows if it is the plaintiff or the defendant?
nakota
literally, the party confessing or admitting something.
Explanation:
This doesn't necessarily have to be either plaintiff or defendant, but that would depend on the case.
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Parrot
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Summary of answers provided
naperson pleading guilty
Gillian Hargreaves
nathe person confessing/confessing perpetrator
Cynthia Brals-Rud
nasomebody who accepted its own guiltiness.Ana Segura
naliterally, the party confessing or admitting something.
Parrot


  

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8 mins
literally, the party confessing or admitting something.


Explanation:
This doesn't necessarily have to be either plaintiff or defendant, but that would depend on the case.

Parrot
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2 hrs
somebody who accepted its own guiltiness.


Explanation:
Sin más contexto imposible asegurar que sean o uno u otro, pueden serlo como no.
También puede ser un testigo o witness o somebody confessing its own guiltiness. That is called here "confeso" ó "confesante" . Pero mayormente se dice confeso

Ana Segura
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9 hrs
the person confessing/confessing perpetrator


Explanation:
Here are some nice links for you:

Academics - Field Ed. Legal Issues
... The legal issues surrounding counseling are complicated. The ... identity as clergy;
2) The person confessing expects the communication to remain confidential; 3 ...
www.ptsem.edu/climb/fe/handbook/legal.htm - 25k - In cache - Gelijkwaardige pagina's

legal
... that the confession occurred. The legal conclusion is that the Army ... was unable to
prosecute. The confessing perpetrator having sucessfully disabled prosecution ...
www.murderedsoldier.homestead.com/legal.html - 25k - In cache - Gelijkwaardige pagina's

Kenneth S. Nugent, PC: Library & Legal Glossary: A
... is true and or that one is confessing that they are guilty. If something ... side of
a lawsuit. Adversary Proceeding, Legal proceeding where parties have opposing ...
www.attorneykennugent.com/library/ - 22k - In cache - Gelijkwaardige pagina's


Insurance Glossery of Legal Terms/Words
... Action. The legal demand of one's right to recover from ... either denying allegations-of
the plaintiff's complaint, or confessing them, and alleging new matter in ...
www.ohioadjusters.com/GLOSSARY98.htm - 59k

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    Reference: http://www.ohioadjusters.com/GLOSSARY98.htm
Cynthia Brals-Rud
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10 hrs
person pleading guilty


Explanation:
I guess this is what we would say in the UK if it refers to the accused. However, Cabanellas & Hoague give: "party in interest who confesses or admits something in court".

Gillian Hargreaves
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