reversible error

Definition of "reversible error"
  1. A severe legal mistake made during a trial that can lead to the judgment being overturned by a higher court
How to use "reversible error" in a sentence
  1. The judge allowing biased testimony in the court was a reversible error.
  2. The attorney's failure to object to inadmissible evidence led to a reversible error.
  3. Ignoring a crucial piece of evidence by the jury resulted in a reversible error.

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