Effect of New Evidence

New evidence, or discovery of an error, that casts substantial doubt on the possible accuracy of the most recent acquit/convict decision in a case, causes a new trial in the same court which issued that decision, which can lead to reaffirmation or deprecation of the prior acquit/convict decision, and imposition or dissolution of a sentence, and can be appealed as can any court decision.   If a sentence is dissolved, the falsely sentenced party is appropriately compensated, in the form of public exoneration, refund of all payments paid, and nullification of all liabilities assumed including those that arose from the cost of imprisonment.   Furthermore, time and/or labor already complete is subtracted from any subsequent sentence on a credit basis, until the credited time and/or labor is exhausted.   Time is to be converted into labor, or labor into time, at the rate of 6 hours of labor for one day's incarceration, as directed by the convicted party.

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