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, うった.える
accusation, sue, complain of pain, appeal to
える, うったえる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to raise, to bring to (someone's attention)
See 理性に訴える
2. to appeal to (reason, emotions, etc.), to work on (one's emotions), to play on (one's sympathies)
3. to complain
4. to sue (a person), to take someone to court
See 暴力に訴える
5. to resort to (e.g. arms, violence)
, そしょう
Takes suru, May take 'no'
litigation, lawsuit
, きそ
Takes suru, May take 'no'
prosecution, indictment
, ていそ
Takes suru
presenting a case, suing
, うったえ
lawsuit, complaint
, こうそ
Takes suru, Law term
appeal to a higher court, intermediate appeal
, こくそ
Takes suru, May take 'no'
accusation, complaint, charge, legal action
, そじょう
petition, complaint, (legal) brief
, しょうそ
Takes suru
winning a lawsuit
, はいそ
Takes suru
loss of a court-case
不起, ふきそ
nonprosecution, nonindictment
, そつい
Takes suru
1. prosecution, indictment
2. impeachment
, じきそ
Takes suru
direct appeal
行政, ぎょうせいそしょう
administrative litigation (action)
, こうそ
Takes suru
accusation, prosecution
猶予, きそゆうよ
suspension of indictment, leaving charge on the file
, しゅうそ
Takes suru
, きゅうそ
Takes suru
imploring with tears in one's eyes
, そがん
Takes suru
petition, appeal
, ざんそ
Takes suru
false charges, slander
, えっそ
Takes suru
appeal made directly to a senior official without going through formalities
, しそ
test case
, こうそしん
appeal trial
, かべそしょう, かべぞしょう
grumbling or mumbling to oneself
, こうそにん
, こうそじょう
petition of appeal
, こうそいん
appellate court, court of appeal
, こうそけん
right of appeal
追起, ついきそ
Takes suru
supplementary indictment
, こくそにん
complainant, plaintiff
, きそじょう
(written) indictment
訟法, そしょうほう
See 実体法, Law term
procedural law (as opposed to substantive law)
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