Definition of Reconviction

1. Noun. (legal) Conviction again or anew. ¹



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Definition of Reconviction

1. conviction [n -S] - See also: conviction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconviction

reconvert
reconverted
reconvertibility
reconvertible
reconverting
reconverts
reconvey
reconveyance
reconveyances
reconveyed
reconveying
reconveys
reconvict
reconvicted
reconvicting
reconviction (current term)
reconvictions
reconvicts
reconvince
reconvinced
reconvinces
reconvincing
reconvocation
reconvocations
recook
recooked
recooking
recooks
recool
recooling

Literary usage of Reconviction

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1. Juvenile Offenders by William Douglas Morrison (1897)
"—reconviction the test of well-doing—Value of the returns relating to reconvictions—Value of juvenile institutions—Corrective institutions a necessity—Cases ..."

2. Juvenile Offenders by William Douglas Morrison (1897)
"—reconviction the test of well-doing—Value of the returns relating to reconvictions—Value of juvenile institutions—Corrective institutions a necessity—Cases ..."

3. Juvenile Offenders by William Douglas Morrison (1896)
"... worth of juvenile institutions—Percentage of inmates who do well in after-life. —reconviction the test of well-doing—Value of the returns relating to ..."

4. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1871)
"... the whole number of different individual prisoners discharged and liable to reconviction. All deaths occurring upon first conviction should be excluded. ..."

5. Vetoes by the Governor of Bills Passed by the Gerneral Assembly by Pennsylvania Governor (1917)
"... their conviction of crime during parole, and their rear- rest and reconviction for breach of parole; and extending the powers and duties of boards of ..."

6. Dangerous Weapons Control Law 1991 (1993)
"Upon retrial and reconviction, the enhancement shall be reimposed. If the person is no longer in custody for the secondary offense upon reconviction of the ..."

7. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1870)
"... but, in the event of a reconviction, the payment earned by industrious conduct and calculated on the marks gained are proportionately reduced. ..."

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