English to Welsh Meaning :: prosecutor

Prosecutor :
erlynydd
- erlynydd
 
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Noun(1) a government official who conducts criminal prosecutions on behalf of the state

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(1) The prosecutor added the defendant had previous convictions, mostly for dishonesty.(2) So where is the line over which either a judge or a prosecutor cannot step?(3) It was like a prosecutor and a defense lawyer, and it was kind of this adversarial process.(4) The group pledged funding to the state prosecutor 's office to help it to track down the killers.(5) He added that the list of universities has been handed over to the prosecutor 's office.(6) The prosecutor said the defendant told police he had bought the pistol from a model shop, to shoot rats in his back yard.(7) Such proceedings are intended by the prosecutor to culminate in a confiscation order.(8) He said that his role was as a prosecutor and ‘he wanted to prosecute’ if at all possible.(9) The Paris prosecutor 's office said it was closing the file into his death as a result of the police conclusions.(10) the prosecutor rose to give the opening address(11) The verdicts and sentences were announced outside the courtroom by the prosecutor and defence lawyers.(12) Secondly, the judge, the prosecutor , his lawyer and myself all have the cellular phone record.(13) The county prosecutor is a public official, but he called these people animals and thugs.(14) He makes it sound like the kind of thing that a prosecutor would want to prosecute.(15) They will come before the judge and the state prosecutor accompanied by their lawyers.(16) The prosecutor earlier asked the court to sentence David to four years in jail.
Related Words
(1) public prosecutor ::
erlynydd cyhoeddus
(2) federal prosecutor ::
erlynydd ffederal
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Noun
1. public prosecutor ::
erlynydd cyhoeddus
2. prosecuting attorney ::
erlyn atwrnai
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