[ US /ɹiˈtɹaɪəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈiːtɹa‍ɪ‍əl/ ]
  1. a new trial in which issues already litigated and to which the court has already rendered a verdict or decision are reexamined by the same court; occurs when the initial trial is found to have been improper or unfair due to procedural errors
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How To Use retrial In A Sentence

  • Four co-defendants were also sentenced to prison during the retrial.
  • The jury could not decide on a murder verdict after 17 hours of deliberation and the Crown will seek a retrial on the charge. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's the final pretrial hearing before the criminal trial begins on August 27.
  • Again, I believe that it will be some months before this retrial can be fixed and we would ask for bail to be given on the same conditions.
  • It does not proceed on the pretrial dossier.
  • It is a serious crime and the retrial can be conducted without unfairness to the defendant.
  • The ruling dashes Ms. Kissel's chances of securing a release through a retrial after Hong Kong's highest court early last year threw out her 2005 murder conviction, citing procedural flaws in what became widely known as the "milkshake murder" trial. Hong Kong Jury Finds American Expatriate Nancy Kissel Guilty of Murder
  • The seven female and five male jurors will continue deliberating verdicts today in the retrial at Hull Crown Court after being sent home last night.
  • Those alleged offences were abandoned on Friday when the Crown announced that it would not seek a retrial. Times, Sunday Times
  • Judge Ian Starforth Hill said the jury's task was "beyond the realms of possibility" and ordered a retrial.
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