set aside

Definitions of "set aside"
  1. To reverse or overrule a decision or action made by a lower court after reviewing it
  2. To render a legal action or judgment as having no legal validity or enforceability
How to use "set aside" in a sentence
  1. The judge had to set aside the previous ruling after identifying a significant error in due process.
  2. Due to the recent evidence provided, the court decided to set aside the prior verdict.
  3. The prosecution called for the court to set aside the defendant's confession on the grounds of undue pressure during the acquisition.

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