Recent Examples of rehear from the Web
Last month, Guatemala’s Constitutional Court ruled that one of the country’s high impact criminal courts will rehear their case.
But as a new MLB panel prepares to rehear the case, there have been whispers around town about the possibility of the Orioles leaving Baltimore one day.
The opponents showed up because several groups filed a petition to demand the council rehear the case that ended with council's 6-1 approval of the plant.
Proctor's decision was upheld by the federal appeals court in Atlanta, which last week denied the firm’s request to rehear the issue.
The fireworks came during the council meeting, however, when opponents began speaking in favor of the petition to rehear the power plant case.
In a statement released by the PBA, Officer Piagentini's widow, Diane Piagentini, said the governor should appoint new parole board members to rehear Bell's case.
The jury began its second day of deliberations Thursday by rehearing the testimony of the defense team’s star witness.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the state’s petition to rehear its decision.
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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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