Definition of "rehear"
  1. It represents the act of reviewing a case or decision that has already been concluded or dismissed, either at the same place or at another, by conducting an additional hearing
How to use "rehear" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to rehear the case based on the new evidence presented.
  2. Despite the initial dismissal, the court decided to rehear the matter due to the discovery of crucial information.
  3. If significant details are overlooked in the first trial, a court might decide to rehear the case.

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