Definition of "retrial"
  1. A second examination of a case, granted by the same court, usually due to error, bias, or new evidence
How to use "retrial" in a sentence
  1. The jury's inability to reach a unanimous decision resulted in a retrial of the case.
  2. He appealed for a retrial after discovering new evidence that could prove his innocence.
  3. The judge ordered a retrial due to significant errors in the initial proceeding.

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