Definitions

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  • verb transitive To indict again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ indict

Examples

  • If the High Court rules for Stewart or affirms her maximum 28 month sentence, DOJ may decide to reindict her on new charges meaning a new ordeal would begin where the present one leaves off.

    "Worthy and Unworthy Victims"

  • If the High Court rules for Stewart or affirms her maximum 28 month sentence, DOJ may decide to reindict her on new charges meaning a new ordeal would begin where the present one leaves off.

    "Worthy and Unworthy Victims"

  • What we do about it will depend on your testifying truthfully when we reindict Ms. Marshak.

    Enemy Within

  • What we do about it will depend on your testifying truthfully when we reindict Ms. Marshak.

    Enemy Within

  • What we do about it will depend on your testifying truthfully when we reindict Ms. Marshak.

    Enemy Within

  • The D. A.'s office sought to reindict, including spelling out how TAB coordinated these political expenditures with PACs involved in the election effort

    Somervell County Salon

  • Fifth Circuit appeals court judges reviewing Minor's case recently requested an "almost unprecedented second round of post-argument briefing-pressing the Justice Department to explain its decision to reindict following the initial acquittal and hung jury.

    Brendan DeMelle: Despite Rove's Spin Machine, Justice May Be Around The Corner For Paul Minor

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