Examples of retrial in a Sentence
His case is coming up for retrial.
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In 1999, Owen was convicted at a retrial in the March 24, 1984 stabbing murder and rape of Karen Slattery; he was sentenced to death based on a 10-2 jury recommendation.
At the retrial in 1989, a jury acquitted him of Fahey’s murder but convicted him in O’Brien’s.
His first trial in 2008 ended in a hung jury; he was convicted at a retrial in 2009.
Flores is scheduled to testify on Thursday in the retrial of Daniel Moreno Lopez, one of three suspects accused in Menchaca’s slaying.
The appeal for a retrial is being led by the law firm Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton.
The fact that Apple is due financial damages from its South Korean rival — which has already paid $548 million to Apple — isn’t in dispute at this retrial.
In the retrial, prosecutors were able to call five women.
After nearly two days of deliberations, a Pennsylvania jury returned with a verdict in the retrial of Bill Cosby.
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Definition of retrial for English Language Learners
: a second trial in a court of law in order to make a new judgment on a case that has been judged before
legal Definition of retrial
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