Definition of "rehearing"
  1. A repeat of a hearing, prompted by new evidence, altered circumstances, flawed results of the original order, or the belief that the initial judgment was incorrect, usually at the request of one party involved in a legal dispute
How to use "rehearing" in a sentence
  1. The defendant's attorney filed for a rehearing due to new evidence emerging.
  2. The tax agency granted a rehearing because of a change in the taxpayer's business circumstances.
  3. Believing the judge made a mistake in the original decision, the plaintiff sought a rehearing.

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