plea is guilty

plea is guilty
заява про визнання вини

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  • plea of guilty — A voluntary plea by an accused admitting the commission of the act charged as a criminal offense, generally permitted except in capital cases. 21 Am J2d Crim L § 484. In a criminal case, an admission or confession of guilt, a submission without… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • enter a plea of guilty/not guilty — ► LAW to officially state that you are guilty/not guilty of a crime in a court of law Main Entry: ↑enter …   Financial and business terms

  • enter a plea of guilty — enter a plea of guilty/not guilty ► LAW to officially state that you are guilty/not guilty of a crime in a court of law Main Entry: ↑enter …   Financial and business terms

  • involuntary plea of guilty — A plea of guilty made under such inducements as would cause an innocent person to confess guilt. Pennington v Smith, 35 Wash 2d 267, 212 P2d 811 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • plea — / plē/ n [Anglo French plei plai legal action, trial, from Old French plait plaid, from Medieval Latin placitum, from Latin, decision, decree, from neuter of placitus, past participle of placēre to please, be decided] 1 a: an allegation of fact… …   Law dictionary

  • guilty — 1 adj guilt·i·er, est 1: having committed a crime: justly charged with a specified crime guilty of larceny 2: involving guilt or culpability guilty knowledge guilty 2 n 1: a plea of a c …   Law dictionary

  • plea — [pliː] noun [countable usually singular] LAW a statement by someone in a court of law, saying whether they are guilty of a crime or not: • Your honor, we enter (= make ) a plea of not guilty . * * …   Financial and business terms

  • Plea — For the pygmy backswimmer genus, see Plea (insect). In legal terms, a plea is simply an answer to a claim made by someone in a civil or criminal case under common law using the adversary system. Colloquially, a plea has come to mean the assertion …   Wikipedia

  • plea — In common law pleading (now obsolete with adoption of Rules of Civil Procedure) a pleading; any one in the series of pleadings. More particularly, the first pleading on the part of the defendant. In the strictest sense, the answer which the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • plea — noun 1 request ADJECTIVE ▪ desperate, strong, urgent ▪ emotional, heartfelt, impassioned, passionate ▪ She made an emotional plea for her daugh …   Collocations dictionary

  • plea — [[t]pli͟ː[/t]] pleas 1) N COUNT: oft N for n, N to inf A plea is an appeal or request for something, made in an intense or emotional way. [JOURNALISM] Mr Nicholas made his emotional plea for help in solving the killing. ...an impassioned plea to… …   English dictionary

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