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  • newly discovered evidence — n. Evidence discovered after a trial is concluded and judgment rendered that could not have been discovered before trial and that can be grounds for a new trial if it probably would result differently. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx… …   Law dictionary

  • newly discovered evidence — Evidence discovered after verdict or decision. As ground for new trial:–evidence discovered since the trial, which could not have been discovered before the trial by the exercise of due diligence, and which is material to the issue, and not… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • newly discovered assets — Assets of a bankrupt coming to light after the closing of the estate in bankruptcy. Assets of a bankrupt which the bankrupt did not schedule, and which should have been administered for the benefit of the creditors. 9 Am J2d Bankr § 1273 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • The Newly Discovered Casebook of Sherlock Holmes — was a BBC Radio 2 comedy series written by Tony Hare. It starred Roy Hudd, Chris Emmett, Jeffrey Holland, and June Whitfield, and was broadcast between January 16 1999, to February 20 1999.The burlesque series was a comic pastiche of Sir Arthur… …   Wikipedia

  • newly — adv. 1 recently (a friend newly arrived; a newly discovered country). 2 afresh, anew (newly painted). 3 in a new or different manner (newly arranged). Phrases and idioms: newly wed a recently married person …   Useful english dictionary

  • newly — adverb a newly discovered species of moth Syn: recently, just, only just, lately, freshly; not long ago, a short time ago, only now, of late; new …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Mammals discovered in the 2000s — Although the mammals are well studied in comparison to other animal groups, a number of new species are still being discovered. This list includes extant mammal species discovered, formally named, or brought to public light in the year 2000 or… …   Wikipedia

  • after-discovered evidence — Evidence found by a losing party in a civil or criminal case after a motion has been ruled upon or trial has been completed. To convince the judge to reopen the matter, the losing party must prove that the evidence absolutely could not have been… …   Law dictionary

  • Cetartiodactyls discovered in the 2000s — This page is a list of species of the branch Cetartiodactyla discovered in the 2000s. This branch contains animals classified under the orders Cetacea and Artiodactyla. See also parent page Mammals discovered in the 2000s. Contents 1 Giant Sable… …   Wikipedia

  • after-discovered evidence — noun Evidence discovered after a legal decision has been reached. A party may attempt to have the decision reversed using this evidence. They must first prove that the evidence could not have been discovered until after the decision was reached.… …   Wiktionary

  • after-discovered evidence — Evidence discovered after trial, Weiss v United States (CA5 La) 120 F2d 472. A more common term is newly discovered evidence …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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