Re-argument – this term details a method in the Common Law Trials. Re-argument brings to the attention of the judge a serious matter, which has not been examined previously. Or where very little attention has been paid to it by the court jury. The re-argument is placed at the last part of the trial and before a decision has been issued. The goal is to influence the motives for the prospective decision.

See also “relevant proof”

Re-argument / Legal Glossary

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