Translation of criminal record in Spanish:
- antecedentes (masculine plural) penales, prontuario (masculine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) to have a criminal record tener* antecedentes penales or (in Southern Cone also/en Cono Sur también) prontuarioExample sentences
- This country has no use for the criminals of other nationalities, particularly if they have committed serious crimes or have long criminal records.
- They end up carrying a criminal record for a crime many argue their partner committed.
- The cards, containing details of credit history, criminal records and immigration status, are being introduced to combat identity theft and illegal working.
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