Traducción de continuance en español:

continuance

Pronunciación /kənˈtɪnjuəns/ /kənˈtɪnjʊəns/

Ver definición en español de aplazamiento

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    aplazamiento masculino
    • Perhaps their attorney has been getting continuances for them.
    • In American justice, all appeals and continuances in a case build upon the initial hearing, so it doesn't surprise me that the Judge was knocking this guy's appeals out left and right.
    • We had 29 continuances before our case was heard.
    • Most judges would grant a trial continuance under those circumstances to avoid prejudice to either side.
    • He asked for and was granted a continuance, and the issue would be revisited at a later date.