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    Default Your honor.

    Hi. I'm new to this site. I've done a search for this term, but I haven't found anything in the forum. So, I hope you can help.

    How would you translate, Your Honor into Spanish?

    I've heard:

    1. Su senoria
    2. Su honor
    3. Su senor

    Are any of these correct?
    I'd really appreciate your help on this.

    Thank you!!

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    Definitivamente: "Su Señoría".

    Las otras dos nunca las he escuchado, y personalmete dudo que se utilicen, aunque también te puedes dirigir al juez como:"Usted, C. Juez"

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    I agree with David. "Su Señoría" is the best treatment for a Judge in Spanish


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    I agree with David and Hebe!

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    Default Another option

    I agree with you all, but I've also heard "Sr. Juez". Haven't you?

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    La he escuchado...

    Hace poco me dijeron que era sexista utilizar "Sr.", "Sra.", "Srita." etc. en asuntos legales...

    En lo particular, considero mejor opción dirigirse como "C. Juez"...

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    Default Todo es Sexista in the US

    Hasta decir que algo es sexista....

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    Couldn't agree more!!!

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    When you start a pleading, you say: "Señor Juez" or "Señora Jueza".

    When you are retelling something that the judge ruled on the case, you say: "S.S. (Su Señoría) ha dispuesto..."

    It's collocation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by reminder
    When you start a pleading, you say: "Señor Juez" or "Señora Jueza".

    When you are retelling something that the judge ruled on the case, you say: "S.S. (Su Señoría) ha dispuesto..."

    It's collocation.


    That's how I've heard it reminder! Good point!

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