Translation of indictable in Spanish:

indictable

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdaɪtəbəl/

adj

  • [Law] tipificado como delito
    More example sentences
    • They've got power to arrest people, this is without warrant, who they believe on reasonable grounds have committed serious indictable offences.
    • Thus, if the jury acquit the accused of the more serious indictable offence, they may still convict of the summary offence.
    • Unless one has committed a serious indictable offence such as rape or murder, one has a good chance at starting anew.

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