adverse verdict


adverse verdict
s.
veredicto desfavorable, veredicto de culpabilidad, veredicto de condenación, sentencia desfavorable.

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  • verdict — ver·dict / vər dikt/ n [alteration (partly conformed to Medieval Latin veredictum ) of Anglo French veirdit statement, finding, verdict, from Old French veir true (from Latin verus ) + dit saying, from Latin dictum] 1: the usu. unanimous finding… …   Law dictionary

  • adverse — ad·verse /ad vərs, ad ˌvərs/ adj: opposed to one s interests: operating to one s detriment an adverse verdict Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. adverse …   Law dictionary

  • adverse possession — see possession Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. adverse possession …   Law dictionary

  • verdict — noun 1 decision in a court of law about whether sb is guilty ADJECTIVE ▪ adverse, favourable/favorable ▪ In the case of an adverse verdict, the company could lose millions. ▪ guilty, not guilty, not proven (BrE) …   Collocations dictionary

  • adverse — Opposed; contrary; in resistance or opposition to a claim, application, or proceeding. Having opposing interests; having interests for the preservation of which opposition is essential. Use of land is adverse , as against owner, if it is not made …   Black's law dictionary

  • adverse — Opposed; contrary; in resistance or opposition to a claim, application, or proceeding. Having opposing interests; having interests for the preservation of which opposition is essential. Use of land is adverse , as against owner, if it is not made …   Black's law dictionary

  • adverse — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French advers, from Latin adversus, past participle of advertere Date: 14th century 1. acting against or in a contrary direction ; hostile < hindered by adverse winds > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • verdict — n. 1) to arrive at, reach a verdict 2) to announce; bring in, deliver, hand down, render, return a verdict 3) to sustain ( uphold ) a verdict (the higher court sustained the verdict) 4) to overturn, quash, set aside a verdict 5) to appeal a… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • adverse — adj. Adverse is used with these nouns: ↑circumstance, ↑comment, ↑condition, ↑consequence, ↑criticism, ↑effect, ↑impact, ↑implication, ↑influence, ↑outcome, ↑publicity, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • cure by judgment, verdict, or findings — Error rendered harmless by subsequent proceedings in the case, as where the party against whom error was committed prevails by the verdict. 5 Am J2d A & 1: § 792. A verdict for a party will cure defects in his pleading where the substantial… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • sentence — vb Sentence, condemn, damn, doom, proscribe can all mean to decree the fate or punishment of a person or sometimes a thing that has been adjudged guilty, unworthy, or unfit. Sentence is used in reference to the determination and pronouncement of… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms