resentence

resentence

(riːˈsɛntəns)
vb (tr)
(Law) law to sentence again; give a new or revised sentence to (a criminal)
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Pleaded guilty to assaulting Natalie Baker in Shiremoor on July 25, fraud on June 9 in Whitley Bay, committing an offence while serving a suspended sentence and resentence for suspended sentence imposed for causing fear of violence on February 5 2013.
65) As to the relevant proof, the individual and/or district attorney could submit to the court facts and circumstances relevant to the imposition of a new sentence; upon review of the submissions of both parties, the court was given the authority to resentence the individual, unless substantial justice (66) dictated that the application should be denied.
Rambo was forced to resentence Grass because of a landmark U.
The researchers focused on four factors that they felt identified recidivism: "rearrest, reconviction, resentence to prison, and return to prison with or without a new sentence.
But he breached it and the probation service asked magistrates to revoke the order and resentence him.
I thought no more about Michael until 1986, when the state supreme court upheld the appeal and ordered me to resentence him to a minimum of five years in the state penitentiary.
Labadie's argument that the court lacked jurisdiction to resentence him.
Judge Richard Twomlow jailed Rees for eight years for the wounding and a further four months for theft, a public order matter, criminal damage and two counts of common assault in a resentence, making a total of eight years and four months.
Mr Matthews pleaded guilty at the first opportunity and the court sentenced him to a 12 month conditional discharge, meaning that if any further offences are committed in that period the court can resentence these offences.
State law allows a judge to resentence a person within 120 days from the date of the original sentencing, said Robert Schwartz, Taylor's attorney.
A federal court judge today is expected to resentence former LAPD officers Laurence Powell and Stacey Koon for the 1991 videotaped beating of Rodney King.