accusatio

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l en los manuscritos antiguos del Decreto de Graciano, Initium 9 (2004) 73-126; Idem, La composicion del Decreto di Graziano, lus Canonicum 45 (2005) 431-485; Idem, Accusatio in scriptis semper fieri debet.
ErdoAaAaAeAaan has said in the past that he would resign if such accusatio against him were proven, the Associated Press reported.
Conforme a esto se dira: No hay sospecha sin creencia de la agencia del despliegue ("Nulla culpa sine indicium"); no hay creencia sin concentracion de funciones en la agencia ("Nullum indicium sine accusatione"); no hay concentracion sin prejuicio ("Nullum accusatio sine probatione"); no hay prejuicio con defensa ("nulla probado sine defensione").
Assim como o principio do encargo da prova (nulla accusatio sine probatione), ou seja, a obrigatoriedade da acusacao provar a responsabilidade criminal do agente nao se impondo, portanto, ao reu o encargo de ser ele inocente.
By Tesfa-alem Tekle April 10,2009 (ADDIS ABABA) -- The UN Security Council in a fresh accusatio n this week said that Eritrea has failed to fulfill its obligation to withdraw troops from parts of Djibouti and it insists for an immediate pullback.
A diferencia del procedimiento tradicional de la accusatio (79), apenas existe reglamentacion legislativa sobre su funcionamiento, dada la libertad del juez en la conduccion del procedimiento y el necesario recurso a practicas reprobadas como la delacion (80).
Seguro que Virgilio conocia que el verbo agere, ya sea acompanado de causam o utilizado de forma absoluta sin el Objeto Directo, puede ser sinonimo de accusare, al igual que actio puede ser sinonimo de accusatio (22).
In fact, in his letter to the students, he confirms that he is willing to "respond to Bernard," if the abbot wants to continue his accusatio.
Thus, with regard to explaining the self-explanatory, a scene in the narrative of John Banham's accusatio sive appellum in which a Liverpudlian called Hochon, of the book's title, contemplates firing an arrow which will nail Hugh Fastolf to the wall he is urinating against is interpreted 'within Erving Goffman's vocabulary of public interaction' (p.
48) The first method, the accusatio, was the old method of adjudication where private persons voluntarily accused others, took on the burden of proving their accusation, and also accepted the risk of being punished if they failed.
En una primera etapa tanto las cortes episcopales como las magistraturas seculares actuaban segun el principio romano de la accusatio.