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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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Yun is certain to be acquitted once the retrial is held, given that a South Korean government agency concluded last year that the case against him was fabricated.
(2008), who have studied the retrial queue phenomenon, we adapt the Markov model to the particular situation of the Romanian call centres market, in the banking sector.
On retrial, 25.8% of the accused were reconvicted of the same offenses.
"Demands for retrials don't become reasons for executions to be suspended.
Media outlets have reported that lawyer KE[micro]ksel Bayraktar, counsel for Fenerbahce Chairman Aziz Yyldyrym, has said that the possible legal changes could open the door for a retrial of the Fenerbahce match-fixing case as well.
Prosecutors, meanwhile, sought to have the appeal dismissed, arguing the former defendants cannot appeal a ruling that terminated their retrial, citing a 1948 Supreme Court ruling that said a case terminated by general amnesty cannot be appealed.
(ii) [R.sub.v](j,k): the conditional probability that the tagged customer makes a total of k retrials, where the last one finds the server busy and chooses to leave the system, and the rest k -1 vain retrials are made and the customer enters the orbit, given that the server is at state j currently.
He told reporters on Friday that it would be wrong for a president to evaluate the decision, adding that there are judicial instances where citizens could apply for retrial, including at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
Pla, "On the impact of customer balking, impatience and retrials in telecommunication systems," Computers & Mathematics with Applications, vol.
When asked about the timing of the retrial, he said that the event would mainly serve as a reminder to the people of Egypt that many former regime members are now under lock and key.
Pending the outcome of the retrial, the accused shall not be detained."
Discrete-time retrial queues that take into account server breakdowns were studied by Atencia and Moreno [6, 7], Moreno [8], Wang and Zhao [9], Wang [10], Wang and Zhang [11], and Atencia et al.