resentence

resentence

(riːˈsɛntəns)
vb (tr)
(Law) law to sentence again; give a new or revised sentence to (a criminal)
References in periodicals archive ?
"No matter what Kevin's role in the death of his father, he was acting at the behest of his mother," his lawyer David O'Brien argued in 2017 after Cooper asked a court to resentence him to prison for life.
That decision was stayed for 28 days to give the state time to resentence Earley in compliance with state law.
It will also be powered by on-site solar panels and is part of the Shames Dubai initiative, a campaign to encourage resentence to reduce the city's carbon footprint by encouraging buildings to adopt solar energy.
Lastly, RSMO [section] 558.047 addresses how to resentence juveniles given mandatory LWOP sentences pre-Miller.
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.
The 6th Circuit unanimously found that Beckwith should not have relied on "unremarkable aspects" of Peppel's life to reduce his sentence by "99.9975%" and ruled that she must resentence Peppel.
(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.
The appeals court ordered a district judge in Fort Smith, Ark., to resentence Coughlin.
Rambo was forced to resentence Grass because of a landmark U.S.
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.
An appellate court has ordered a judge to resentence a defendant because the original sentence was not decided properly.