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  • verb Present participle of reindict.

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Examples

  • Although Lampton failed in the first trial -- Minor was acquitted on some charges and the jury hung on others -- he saved his job by going after Minor again, reindicting him in December 2005.

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

  • Sources say prosecutors are interested in reindicting Rich for attempted bribery, thereby wiping out the effect of Clinton's pardon.

    Scandal: Still Going

  • In May, the prosecution raised the stakes for Wade, reindicting him on first-degree felony allegations - one of which Wade pleaded guilty to on Wednesday.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • In May, the prosecution raised the stakes for Wade, reindicting him on first-degree felony allegations - one of which Wade pleaded guilty to on Wednesday.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • In May, the prosecution raised the stakes for Wade, reindicting him on first-degree felony allegations - one of which Wade pleaded guilty to on Wednesday.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

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