Recent Examples of rehear from the Web
Two years ago, the judge who oversaw the trial in Lake County, Daniel Shanes, agreed to rehear parts of the case.
The annual plan now must go to the House Transportation Committee for consideration, in addition to being reheard in the Senate Environment Committee somtime next week, before moving to the Senate Transportation Committee.
This dissent could embolden the state to pursue an appeal to the higher appellate court, which would then rehear arguments made at the lower appellate and circuit courts.
The court ordered that the case be reheard to settle damages.
All the power would go to Massachusetts, though the delays in rehearing the case could complicate the state’s plans to use the power to meet its clean energy goals.
In May 2017, Ninth Circuit judges announced that the case would be reheard in front of the entire court in an en banc hearing.
As a result, the committee is unlikely rehear the case until at least May. Supporters have argued the $1.6 billion project would deliver hydropower from Canada to southern New England would create jobs and reduce energy prices.
He was released from prison last fall after serving a year and a half of a four-year sentence and is asking a court to rehear its denial of an appeal of his conviction.
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legal Definition of rehear
- would defer to an arbitrator's decision without rehearing the matter
- —M. A. Kelly
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