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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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.
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.
The judge asked if there was any way he could help, including re-reading specific instructions or clarifying instructions, or even having attorneys re-argue part or all of the case.
This decision obviously would encourage illegal immigrants who have been deported to sneak back into the country and to re-argue their case.