介入, 干渉, 仲裁, 調停
U.S. military intervention in the region
1 自 介入［干渉］する, 仲裁［調停］に入る
Nobody intervened in the fight.
consider a verdict
The jury has retired to consider its verdict.
reach a verdict
return / deliver a verdict
They returned a verdict of not guilty.
a unanimous verdict
a majority verdict《英》
a guilty / not guilty verdict (a verdict of guilty/not guilty とも)
The Ethics Committee will deliver its verdict next week.
Shoplifters will be prosecuted.
‣ prosecute somebody for (doing) something
prosecute somebody under a law / Act
b) 自 起訴する
prosecute a case
以下はこの事件に関する今日のNew York Timeの記事です。
Trump Attacks Stone (prosecutors and Judge,検察官と裁判官） Ignoring Barr’s （Admonishment警告）
Roger Stone’s (sentencing判決) will go on as scheduled, a judge said as she (vowed to hear out最後まで聞くと誓った) concerns from the defense. The case has (prompted turmoil大混乱をおこした) within the Justice Department.
WASHINGTON — President Trump renewed his attacks on （law enforcement 司法） on Tuesday, denouncing the prosecutors, the judge and the jury forewoman in the case of his longtime friend Roger J. Stone Jr. only days after Attorney General William P. Barr warned that the president’s criticisms were making it “impossible” for him to do his job.
Undeterred, Mr. Trump kept up his running commentary on the department’s criminal cases on Twitter and in comments to reporters before leaving for the West Coast. He reasserted that he had the right to intervene in individual criminal cases but had not done so, appearing to draw a distinction between opining publicly and outright ordering law enforcement officials to take specific actions.
“I chose not to be involved,” he said before boarding Air Force One. “I’m allowed to be totally involved.”
He told journalists that he understood that his remarks were making Mr. Barr’s job harder, but that social media had helped catapult him to the White House and had given him a worldwide megaphone. “Everybody has the right to speak their mind,” he said. “Social media for me has been very important because it gives me a voice. Because I don’t get that voice in the press.”