Definition of "reh'g"
  1. Rehearing: a term referring to the process in which a case is reviewed again by the same court
How to use "reh'g" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer filed for a reh'g after discovering new evidence that could potentially change the outcome of the case.
  2. The judge, unconvinced by the jury's verdict, ordered a reh'g in hopes of reassessing the case with more accurately.
  3. Upon realizing a critical procedural error had been made during trial, the court decided to grant a reh'g.

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