Vocabulaire et expressions – Anglais Juridique

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Anglais Juridique

Les mots les plus utilisés dans le monde juridique et politique.
"Politics, the legislative, the executive, the judiciary"
(Statut : en construction)

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try body sit power office report death law bill case sale state seat sentence court will term statement rule council bar title charge vote property single contribution owner advice policy majority gift damage notice Member of Parliament [MP] file authority trust loss legal evidence speech contract steal crime defendant murder demonstrate relevant justice tenant prove single abduction abduct abide by abide by the law abortion abrogate abuse accomplice accountant accuse acquit acquittal act of God act of Parliament action for damages adjourn [a case] administer justice agenda aggravating circumstances aggrieve alimony allege allegedly allow costs ambit [of the law] amend amendment answerable appeal applicability applicant appoint appointment arbitration arbitrator arrest arson assault assault and battery assembly assess assess the damage assessment assets assets and liabilities attempted murder attorney [US] Attorney General [GB] Attorney General [US] autopsy [post mortem examination] aye backbencher background check bail bailiff ballot scrutin ballot-box bankrupt [person] bankrupt bankruptcy Bar barrister battered [wife; child] begging bequeath bequest Bill of Rights bind binding binding authority blackmail blackmail borough borstal brand name breach bribe bribe bribery brief bug building land bullying bullying at work burglary bye-election [GB] canon law capital gains tax capital punishment carjacking case law censor censorship censure challenge chamber [pol.] chancellor Chancellor of the Exchequer [GB] Chancery charity charter circumstances city planning civil civil law civil servant civil service claim claimant classified clause [of a contract; law; act] clemency clerk of the court closing speech collateral Common Agricultural Policy common law community service community work compensate [sb for sth] compensation complaint comply with compulsory confess confession confidence confinement Congress [US] consent constituency [election] constitutional law contempt contempt of court conveyance convict convict conviction corporate body costs counsel counsel for the defence counterfeit court of appeal court records court-appointed lawyer courtroom creditor crime [uncoun] criminal criminal criminal bankruptcy criminal inquiry criminal justice criminal liability cross-examination cross-examine Crown [GB] Crown Prosecution Service [CPS] Crown Prosecutor [GB] culprit currency custodial sentence custody damages data protection death by misadventure death duties death penalty death row inmate [US] debt debtor deed defamation defeat a motion defect defence demonstration deny deport detain deter deterrent discharge disclose dismiss a case dismiss an appeal disorderly conduct dispute District Attorney [US] dock [GB] domestic law draft draft draft legislation drug addiction drug squad duty solicitor election; general election electoral roll eligible embezzlement enact enact [promulgate] a statute endorse enforce entitle entitled to estate estate agent [GB] European Court of Justice; ECJ evict eviction evidence examine excusable homicide executive executive power exemption clauses exhibit eye witness family law fees fine fine fingerprint fingerprint first offender Foreign Office [GB] Foreign Secretary [GB] forgery [action] foster family fraud fraud squad freedom of speech [free speech] front bench [GB] give evidence [testify] give judgement gown grant grant [of property] gratuitous crime Green Paper guilt guilty hacker harassment hard labour harmful harsh [heavy; stiff] sentence Head of State hearing heir heir apparent hereditary peer [GB] hijacking Home Office [GB] Home Secretary [GB] hostage host-state House of Representatives [US] impeach impeachment implement implementation imprison imprisonment indict infant infringe infringement injured party injury intoxication investigate investigation IOU [I owe you] jail join the police judicial power judiciary; judicature junior barrister jurisdiction juristic person juror jury Justice Department [US] juvenile crime kidnapping labour law landmark decision landowner lawful lawsuit lay magistrate layman leave of appeal legacy legal aid legislation legislative power Legislature leniency lenient lenient sentence lethal dose liability liable libel licence life imprisonment life sentence litigant litigation loan lobby lobby local authorities local elections lodge an appeal Lord Chancellor [GB] Lower House Magna Carta [GB] maiden name maintenance [GB, jur] majority vote system malice malpractice [professional] mandatory manslaughter member state mercy minor minor offence miscarriage of justice misconduct mismanagement misrepresentation mitigating circumstances mitigation of punishment mortgage motion motion of no confidence motoring offence mugging natural person no confidence vote notwithstanding nuisance oath offence offender official secret Old Bailey [the] ombudsman order of the court orphan outlaw out-of-court settlement outvote overall majority overheads [US]; overhead costs override ownership pardon parliament party [law] penalty perjury persuasive authority petty criminal petty theft plaintiff plead plead guilty police officer [simple] police record; criminal record police squad politician politics poll polling booth polling day polling station possession post-mortem [examination] precedent precinct station [US] premises premium [insurance] prevail [over sth] Prime Minister privacy private person privilege probation proceedings professional misconduct professional training professions prohibit prohibition promotion by seniority proof proportional representation [PR] prosecute [criminal law] prosecuting counsel prosecution prosecutor provide that provision provisional punish punishable punishment ransom rape rapist real estate real estate agency realtor [US] recipient reckless driving record [jur] red tape registered trademark regulation regulations rehearing release release [from prison] release on bail release on parole rent rent out rental re-offender; second offender repeal repeal report a crime repossession repossession man reprieve requirement resign resignation retaliate against return a verdict revenue right of appeal right of silence right of way right[s] rightful owner riot robbery royal assent [GB] rule of law ruling safeguard scrutinize scrutiny of the Executive search warrant second offence Secretary of State [US] securities self-defence self-employed worker Senate [US] settle a case out of court sexual abuse sexual harassment Shadow Cabinet [GB] shoplifting simple majority Single European Act sit-in sitting [of a court] sitting of Parliament slander smuggling solicitor [GB] sovereign sovereignty Speaker of the House spokesperson squad stand [witness] stand for Parliament [GB] standing committee start proceedings State Department [US] statesman status statute Statute Book [GB] stipulate stolen goods stoppage sue sue for damages summon suspend suspend a sentence swear swindle take a matter to court take hostage [inv.] take legal action against sb. take legal advice talk politics tamper with tax evasion tax haven telephone bugging tenure term of office term of prison terms of a contract testify [give evidence] testimony theft third party threat threaten threshold serve a sentence tap tort town and country planning town planning trademark treason Treasury treaty trespass trespass to goods trespass to land trial trivial turnout two-chamber system universal suffrage universal suffrage [=universal franchise] unlawful unlawful assembly uphold a decision upper chamber vagrancy vagrant vendor verdict vest vet vice squad void void vote of confidence vote of no confidence vote out of office walkout warrant warrant of arrest whip [GB, pol] White Paper [GB] Whitehall [US] wig wilful witness witness witness box witness for the prosecution wording work-to-rule writ wrong wrongdoer wrongful under siege
 

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