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habeas corpus

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    habeas corpus [‚heɪbjəs'kɔ:pəs]
    Law habeas corpus m;
    to issue a writ of habeas corpus délivrer un (acte d') habeas corpus
    THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT L"Habeas Corpus Act" désigne la loi votée en Angleterre en 1679, selon laquelle toute personne arrêtée est en droit de faire examiner par un juge la légalité de son emprisonnement. Complétée par plusieurs lois postérieures (datant de 1816 et 1960), la procédure est encore applicable en Grande-Bretagne et dans tous les pays soumis à la "Common Law" (sauf l'Écosse). Elle fut également intégrée à la Constitution américaine.

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    tr['hæbɪəs'kɔːpəs]
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    'heɪbiəs'kɔːrpəs, ˌheɪbiəs'kɔːpəs
    mass noun hábeas corpus m
    ['heɪbɪǝs'kɔːpǝs]
    N (Jur) hábeas corpus m
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    ['heɪbiəs'kɔːrpəs, ˌheɪbiəs'kɔːpəs]
    mass noun hábeas corpus m

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    habeas corpus n Jur ( right) habeas corpus m.
    Habeas corpus Loi anglaise de 1679 qui protège le citoyen contre l'arrestation et la détention arbitraires. Tout accusé à le droit d'être entendu dans les 24 heures qui suivent son arrestation et d'attendre en liberté son jugement, moyennant caution. Cette procédure est également en vigueur aux États-Unis.

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    habeas corpus [ˏheɪbɪəsˊkɔ:pəs] n
    предписа́ние о представле́нии аресто́ванного в суд для рассмотре́ния зако́нности аре́ста (тж. writ of habeas corpus)

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    = Habeas Corpus Act, habeas corpus act габеас корпус (англійський закон 1679 р. про недоторканість особи), закон про конституційні гарантії недоторканості особи

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    habeas corpus LAW Habeas Corpus, richterliche Haftprüfung f

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    habeas corpus (Lat) Anordnung f eines Haftprüfungstermins (durch das Gericht); ≈ grundrechtsgleicher Anspruch des Bürgers auf richterliche Überprüfung der Freiheitsentziehung

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    habeas corpus hab∙eas cor∙pus noun [U] • (from Latin, law 律) a law that states that a person who has been arrested should not be kept in prison longer than a particular period of time unless a judge in court has decided that it is right • 人身保护法(对被拘禁者的羁押期予以限制)
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    ['heibjәs'kɔ:pәs]
    n. 人身保護權

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    Habeas Corpus (kallelse till domstolen för förhör)

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    s.
    1 habeas corpus (ley)
    2 hábeas corpus, acción de habeas corpus.

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    N
    1. बंदी प्रत्यक्षीकरण याचिका
    बंदी की पत्नी ने उच्चतम न्यायालय में habeas corpus पेश की.

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    ha.be.as cor.pus
    [h'eibiəs k'ɔ:pəs] n Lat Jur habeas corpus.

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    s habeas corpus

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    /'heibjəs'kɔ:pəs/ * danh từ - (pháp lý) lệnh đình quyền giam giữ (buộc phải đem người bị bắt ra trước toà để xét xen nhà nước có quyền giam giữ người đó không) ((cũng) writ of habeas_corpus)

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    "Legal Lexicon":
    HABEAS CORPUS - Lat. "you have the body" Prisoners often seek release by
    filing a petition for a writ of habeas corpus. A writ of habeas corpus
    is a judicial mandate to a prison official ordering that an inmate be
    brought to the court so it can be determined whether or not that person
    is imprisoned lawfully and whether or not he should be released from
    custody.
    A habeas corpus petition is a petition filed with a court by a person
    who objects to his own or another's detention or imprisonment. The
    petition must show that the court ordering the detention or imprisonment
    made a legal or factual error. Habeas corpus petitions are usually filed
    by persons serving prison sentences. In family law, a parent who has been
    denied custody of his child by a trial court may file a habeas corpus
    petition. Also, a party may file a habeas corpus petition if a judge
    declares her in contempt of court and jails or threatens to jail her.
    In Brown v. Vasquez, 952 F.2d 1164, 1166 (9th Cir. 1991), cert. denied,
    112 S.Ct. 1778 (1992), the court observed that the Supreme Court has
    "recognized the fact that`【t】he writ of habeas corpus is the fundamental
    instrument for safeguarding individual freedom against arbitrary and
    lawless state action.' Harris v. Nelson, 394 U.S. 286, 290-91 (1969). "
    Therefore, the writ must be "administered with the initiative and
    flexibility essential to insure that miscarriages of justice within its
    reach are surfaced and corrected." Harris, 394 U.S. at 291.
    The writ of habeas corpus serves as an important check on the manner in
    which state courts pay respect to federal constitutional rights. The
    writ is "the fundamental instrument for safeguarding individual freedom
    against arbitrary and lawless state action." Harris v. Nelson, 394 U.S.
    286, 290-91 (1969). Because the habeas process delays the finality of a
    criminal case, however, the Supreme Court in recent years has attempted
    to police the writ to ensure that the costs of the process do not exceed
    its manifest benefits. In McCleskey the Court raised barriers against
    successive and abusive petitions. The Court raised these barriers based
    on significant concerns about delay, cost, prejudice to the prosecution,
    frustration of the sovereign power of the States, and the "heavy burden"
    federal collateral litigation places on "scarce federal judicial
    resources," a burden that "threatens the capacity of the system to
    resolve primary disputes." McCleskey, 499 U.S. at 467.
    The Court observed that"【t】he writ of habeas corpus is one of the
    centerpieces of our liberties. `But the writ has potentialities for evil
    as well as for good. Abuse of the writ may undermine the orderly
    administration of justice and therefore weaken the forces of authority
    that are essential for civilization.' " McCleskey, 499 U.S. at 496
    (quoting Brown v. Allen, 344 U.S. 443, 512 (1952) (opinion of
    Frankfurter, J.))
    The predominant inquiry on habeas is a legal one: whether the
    "petitioner's custody simpliciter" is valid as measured by the
    Constitution. Coleman v. Thompson, 501 U.S. 722, 730 (1991). The purpose
    of the great writ is not to relitigate state trials.
    Dismissal of habeas petition under the "total exhaustion" rule of Rose
    v. Lundy, 455 U.S. 509, 520 (1982) (each claim raised by petitioner must
    be exhausted before district court may reach the merits of any claim in
    habeas petition).
    Jury exposure to facts not in evidence deprives a defendant of the
    rights to confrontation, cross-examination and assistance of counsel
    embodied in the Sixth Amendment. Dickson v. Sullivan, 849 F.2d 403, 406
    (9th Cir. 1988); see also Jeffries v. Blodgett, 5 F.3d 1180, 1191 (9th
    Cir. 1993) (introduction of extraneous prior bad acts evidence during
    deliberations constitutes error of constitutional proportions), cert.
    denied, 114 S.Ct. 1294 (1994). However, a petitioner is entitled to
    habeas relief only if it can be established that the constitutional
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    лат.
    судовий наказ про передачу арештованого до суду для належного судового розгляду; судовий наказ про перепроводження до суду особи, яка утримується під вартою, для з'ясування правомірності його утримання під вартою; розпорядження про приведення заарештованого до суду

    habeas corpus ad deliberandum et recipiendumлат. судовий наказ про передачу арештованого до суду місця вчинення правопорушення

    habeas corpus ad faciendum et recipiendumлат. судовий наказ про передачу заарештованого до вищого суду; судовий наказ про передачу справи до вищої судової інстанції

    habeas corpus ad satisfaciendumлат. судовий наказ про виконання вироку; судовий наказ про передачу до вищого суду обвинуваченого, який утримується під вартою, для виконання вироку, винесеного йому нижчим судом

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    - habeas corpus ad testificandum
    - habeas corpus cum causa
    - habeas corpus proceedings
    - habeas corpus proceeding

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