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retrial

n. a new trial granted upon the motion of the losing party, based on obvious error, bias or newly-discovered evidence. (See: newly-discovered evidence)

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The court said the claims presented by the convicts do not fall under conditions that justify retrial, adding that the convicts' claims are not new evidence.
A retrial for Yun was decided on after the military's Defense Security Command admitted that it held Yun for 43 days without a warrant and tortured him.
In a retrial for Lee, the Seoul High Court acknowledged that the defense security command had fabricated his charges by means of torture.
Yun said he wants the court to summon the investigator in the retrial to make a thorough investigation into the cause of his false accusation.
By applying this model, banks can get a realistic dimension of the retrial volume, and thus project their call centres capacity accordingly, by discriminating between new and repeated calls, and limiting the number of coming back clients, which leads to ensuring better levels of customer satisfaction.
The dependence of the retrial rate on new calls rate is modelled in Figure 1, taking into account the system load.
1997) On the stability of retrial queues, Queuing Systems, 26: 343-363
2006) Mean value analysis of single server retrial queues, SPOR Report No.
Death-row inmates should be executed when they have repeatedly requested retrials for same reasons and the requests are rejected, according to the justice minister.
Fukushima expressed doubts about whether Ono should have been executed without a retrial.
Usui said he had been informed about requests for a retrial by Ono's lawyers and that he signed an order for Ono's execution a few days before he was hanged.
Ono requested a retrial by himself several times, but his last request was submitted by lawyers acting on his behalf.