New trial

A new trial or retrial is a recurrence of a court case. Depending on the rules of the jurisdiction, a new trial may occur if: a jury is unable to reach a verdict; a trial court grants a party’s motion for a new trial, usually on the grounds of a legal defect in the original trial; or an appellate court reverses a judgment under circumstances requiring that the case be tried again.

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