rehearing

  1. the act of hearing again
  2. hear or try a court case anew

Rehearing

A second consideration which the court gives to a cause, on a second argument. A rehearing takes place principally when the court has doubts on the subject to be decided; but it cannot be granted by the supreme court after the cause has been remitted to the court below to carry into effect the decree of the supreme court.
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Rehearing

(n) A Rehearing is the conductance of a second hearing of a case, upon the petition or request made by a party to the suit, on a new ground discovered later which has relevance to the hearing already done.
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rehearing

n. conducting a hearing again based on the motion of one of the parties to a lawsuit, petition or criminal prosecution, usually by the court or agency which originally heard the matter. Rehearings are usually requested due to newly discovered evidence, an unfortunate and possibly unintended result of the original order, a change of circumstance or ...
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rehearing

Another hearing of case by same court in which suit was originally heard.
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Rehearing

Another hearing of a civil or criminal case or motion by the same court in which the matter was originally decided in order to bring to the court
Found on http://jec.unm.edu/manuals-resources/glossary-of-legal-terms

Rehearing

Conducting a hearing again based on the motion of one of the parties to a lawsuit, petition, or criminal prosecution, usually by the court or agency which originally heard the matter. Rehearings are usually requested due to newly discovered evidence, an unfortunate and possibly unintended result of the original order, a change of circumstance, or a...
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