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The landlord filed an appeal before the Supreme Court, which set aside the judgment of the court of first instance, finding errors in the officer's valuation and ordered the case be re-tried.
In April, the Court of Appeal said it was reviewing the case against the 16 accused persons convicted to life imprisonment for alleged involvement in corruption in the president office, after quashing the case and ordering that the accused persons be re-tried in the court.
Silver, a Democrat who represented the Lower East Side for decades, may still be re-tried, however, and federal prosecutors have said they will do so.
Evans served half his five-year term and was re-tried after the conviction was quashed last year.
Yusuf, of Glanhowny Close, Butetown, was not re-tried for the money laundering, but instead convicted of perjury and perverting the course of justice and jailed at Cardiff Crown Court last November.
Yusuf, of Glanhowny Close, Butetown, was not re-tried for the money-laundering, but instead convicted of perjury and perverting the course of justice and jailed at Cardiff Crown Court last November.
Every style and shape of label has been tried and re-tried.
In 2014, Sinclair, 70, was the first criminal to be convicted following double jeopardy legislation after he was re-tried.
The novelist and journalist Ahmed Naji — along with his editor, Tarek al-Taher — is being re-tried for the publication of an excerpt of his Using Life in Akhbar al-Adab, because it allegedly made a reader feel things:
Initially sentenced to be hanged, he was later re-tried and resentenced to 10 years, which he is now serving.
After more than another 200 days behind bars, a cassation court ordered they be re-tried on.