posttrial

posttrial

(ˌpəʊstˈtraɪəl)
adj
(Law) of or occurring in the period after a trial
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Haze filed two posttrial motions, one for judgment notwithstanding the verdict and the other for a new trial.
The current legal standard for judging posttrial ineffective assistance of trial counsel claims requires the defendant to show that his counsel performed unreasonably given prevailing norms of practice and that counsel's errors were serious enough to undermine confidence in the outcome of the case.
001) improvement in PI, B1 and MGI scores when compared base line value (T0) with the posttrial value (T2) (Table 7).
Defendants never claimed at trial or in their posttrial motion that plaintiffs' proof was deficient because it failed to establish improper conduct after process was issued.
244) Thus, instead of using Brady's posttrial materiality test, I borrow pre-trial materiality tests from one of the right to information cases discussed above in Part II(C).
361) In Valle's posttrial briefing, however, he included a letter from forensic psychiatrist, Park Dietz, emphasizing the crucial distinctions between sexual fantasy and sexual action and the common use of the Internet to explore sexual fantasies.
In four states, the use of polygraph evidence is limited only within posttrial proceedings so that the jury is never presented with the evidence in trial.
Sections cover the criminal process, the right to council, the adjudication process, and posttrial proceedings.
During the first 6 months of posttrial follow-up of the Women's Estrogen for Stroke Trial (WEST), (3) there were 3 fatal strokes and 18 nonfatal strokes among the women originally randomized to estradiol therapy; there were 9 strokes (1 fatal and 8 nonfatal) among the women originally assigned to placebo (HR, 2.
247) For defendants, plea bargaining means avoiding harsh posttrial sentences.