Repeated Trials

An individual can be required to stand trial for a particular alleged crime for only one passage through the appeals process, which passage (in concert with investigative and clerical activities to support court appearances) is called a "case," except that he can be retried in the same court as his most recent trial, as specified in § Effect of New Evidence.



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