Translation for 'negligent' from English to Russian
ADJ   negligent | more negligent | most negligent
нерадивый {adj} [халатный]negligent
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Translation for 'negligent' from English to Russian

нерадивый {adj} [халатный]
Usage Examples English
  • The defendant can also be grossly negligent, which is the mens rea required by involuntary manslaughter offences, such as seen in the case of "R v Adomako" (1994), where the defendant was held to be negligent as he had "breached a duty of care".
  • The surviving engineer was sued on 25 January 2000 for causing a traffic hazard, negligent homicide and negligent bodily injury.
  • The defendant argued that since Professor Lamabadusuriya too made an initial diagnosis of rheumatic chorea and ordered a CT scan only two days later, she was not negligent in her care.
  • Welshofer was ultimately convicted of negligent homicide, and negligent dereliction of duty on January 21, 2006.
  • In the United States, all states define negligent homicide by statute, often defining the offense as involuntary manslaughter.

  • Negligent entrustment differs from negligent hiring, retention, supervision, and training in two key respects.
  • Fagerberg filed suit for negligence under the theories of respondent superior and ostensible authority, negligent hiring, and negligent supervision.
  • Davis was found guilty at trial in March 2022 of negligent homicide, but not guilty of manslaughter and was sentenced to 1 year in jail plus a $1,000 fine.
  • Ellis was found guilty of negligent driving causing death on 26 June 2014.
  • Examples of criminally negligent crimes are criminally negligent homicide and negligent endangerment of a child.

  • The mayor and the safety chief were both sentenced for negligent manslaughter and negligent injury, as well as disrupting public transport.
  • Judicial concern has also been expressed about potential liability for negligent misstatements.
  • A negligent discharge (ND) is a discharge of a firearm involving culpable carelessness.
  • He was later only charged with a lesser crime of first-degree negligent driving for which he pleaded guilty to negligent driving.
  • If those actions are deemed negligent, the volunteer may face civil liability for damages caused by the negligent conduct.

  • It is notable that the court did not hold that holding cricket matches on the ground was negligent, per se; rather, there were separate negligent acts each time a ball left the ground.
  • Character may be a substantive issue in defamation suits, in lawsuits alleging negligent hiring or negligent entrustment, in child custody cases, as well as in loss of consortium cases; character evidence is thus admissible to prove the substantive issues that arise in these types of lawsuits.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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