Recent Examples of rehear from the Web
But the judges opted not to send the case for rehearing to an tribunal outside of Major League Baseball — such as an independent arbitration association — as the Orioles had hoped.
Those two immigration cases will be reheard in the fall.
The cases will be reheard in the 2017 term that begins in October.
Fearing the brass might have doomed a San Diego SEAL’s defense against rape allegations, a military appeals court has taken the unusual step of barring all Navy and Marine Corps judges from rehearing the case.
The seven men and five women, exhaustion painted on their faces, have repeatedly asked to rehear testimony before retiring again to the deliberation room to try to reach consensus.
The jury seemed to take an unusually painstaking approach to deliberations, asking to rehear testimony from half of the prosecution witnesses and to look anew at evidence.
The group worked until 9 p.m. that night, and returned Friday with requests to rehear more evidence and by the end of the day still had not reached a verdict.
So far, jurors have asked six questions during their deliberations, largely to rehear testimony.
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Legal Definition of rehear
: to consider again or anew after decision or dismissal in the same or another forum : hold an additional hearing about would defer to an arbitrator's decision without rehearing the matter — M. A. Kelly
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