re-argue


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re-argue

vb (tr)
to argue or debate (a legal case, issue, etc) again
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Verb1.re-argue - argue again; "This politician will be forced into re-arguing an old national campaign"
argue, reason - present reasons and arguments
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It went back again this month asking for a chance to re-argue its case, but that request, too, was denied.
Sadler's appeal bid was in essence "an attempt to re-argue points which were - or could have been - argued at his trial", the judge added.
Her arguments were a case of her "seeking to re-argue her case" before appeal judges, he said.
Her arguments were a case of her "seeking to re-argue her case" before appeal judges, he said, adding there was no legal basis for challenging the jury's guilty verdict as extra evidence would not support the defence she ran at the trial.
Williams, however, told reporters that he has filed an appeal seeking to re-argue the case before all nine judges of the state Superior Court.
So if you do not like the Federal Reserve System, you have to figure a way either to persuade Congress to repeal or revise it, or to re-argue McCulloch v.
The Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that the parties would have to re-argue their applications.
Rather than teaching about the American Revolution as a bundle of established facts, as though the colonists were destined to declare their independence, teachers help students revive and re-argue the case for and against independence.
First, as a matter of law, SAP is not allowed to re-argue the facts.
The natural response is to fight: re-argue the motion, appeal the decision, go to discovery as a prelude to renewing the summary judgment motion.