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    Question How do you translate On-Call?

    How would you translate "You are on-call for your court appearance?" Please don't tell me "llamada de espera", because that just sounds so wrong. Thanks

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    Maybe . "Ud ha sido citado para comparecer ante el tribunal" if you are referring to a potential witness.

    A-so, if you are referring to someone that was called to act as a jury. "Ud, sido citado para comparecer ante el tribunal en calidad de Jurado"

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    Question On-call

    How about if I am a witness and I am agreeing to be placed on-call? Example: I agree to remain on call until I am no longer needed to appear in court.

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    That would be "estar a la órden (o disposición) del Tribunal"
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    So how does this sound: "Estoy de acuerdo con quedar disponible" or "Estoy de acuerdo el hestar a la dispocicion del tribunal." Maybe you have a better way of phrasing it?

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    "Quedar sujeto a la disposición del Juez/Juzgado/Corte"

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    You could say "acepto ponerme a la disposición del tribunal/juzgado"
    or simply
    Me someto a la disposición del tribunal/juzgado
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    Thumbs up On-Call

    Excellent. Thank you so much.

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    Default on-call

    You are on-call for your court appearance

    I suggest the following:

    Se le notificará ulteriormente de su comparencencia ante el tribunal

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    I agree with Claudio!!


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