rehearing

noun
re·hear·ing | \(ˌ)rē-ˈhir-iŋ \

Definition of rehearing 

: a second or new hearing by the same tribunal

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The court later denied a request for a rehearing before 11 of the court's judges. John Sowell, idahostatesman, "Four years after their convictions, these 4 Meridian business execs are headed to prison," 6 July 2018 Robert Marus, a spokesman for D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, said the developer could request a rehearing from the Court of Appeals, or could opt to return to the zoning commission for a reconsideration of the project. Fenit Nirappil, Washington Post, "Court delivers blow to D.C.’s plan to redevelop Barry Farm public housing complex," 26 Apr. 2018 If it is denied a rehearing, Patterson said the commission would seek the city attorney’s advice on what to do next. Dominic Fracassa, San Francisco Chronicle, "SF’s Board of Appeals says Civic Center statue many see as offensive stays put," 19 Apr. 2018 Pruitt appealed her conviction to the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, but the court affirmed the conviction and then denied her application for a rehearing. Greg Hanlon, PEOPLE.com, "Alabama Teacher Told Student She Wanted to Take His Virginity, Reports to Jail," 2 July 2018 Maryland’s action also comes as residents in Northwest Washington await word on whether their request for a rehearing by a full panel of the same court will be granted. Lori Aratani, Washington Post, "Maryland challenges the FAA over flight paths at National and BWI airports," 28 June 2018 The congregation at the synagogue, dedicated in Newport in 1763, asked the full court for a rehearing. Fox News, "Court decision stands in dispute over oldest US synagogue," 7 June 2018 Randall Newman, Lundgren’s lawyer on the appeal, said there was no basis to seek a rehearing from the full 11th Circuit. Tom Jackman, Washington Post, "E-waste recycler Eric Lundgren loses appeal on computer restore disks, must serve 15-month prison term," 24 Apr. 2018 Four more judges signed Fletcher’s opinion, six issued their own dissents, and one dissenter said the actual vote for a rehearing was even closer on the 27-member court. Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle, "Momentum grows to re-examine California case of convicted Death Row inmate," 18 May 2018

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circa 1626, in the meaning defined above

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rehearing

noun
re·hear·ing | \ˌrē-ˈhir-iŋ\

Legal Definition of rehearing 

: a reconsideration of a cause (as an appeal) after final decision or dismissal usually by the same tribunal that is usually granted due to some error in the original hearing and that may encompass new matters (as evidence or issues)

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