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Definition of Posttrial
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Literary usage of Posttrial
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1. Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA by Edward F. Connors (1996)
"posttrial Relief Most States have a time limit on presenting evidence newly discovered after trial, conviction, and sentencing. The reason for limiting the ..."
2. Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction a Report of the Surgeon by DIANE Publishing Company, C. Everett Koop, M.D. (1995)
"Pretrial smoking resulted in improved recall 10 and 45 min after learning, but not immediately. posttrial smoking was ineffectual. ..."
3. Overview of Addiction Treatment Effectiveness by Mim J. Landry (1996)
"... court- ordered screening for the assessment of placement suitability for community-based treatment programs under pretrial or posttrial probation. ..."
4. Working with the Courts in Child Protection by Jane N. Feller (1995)
"In many States, however, the court will direct the agency to conduct a posttrial study of the family and prepare its report and recommendations accordingly. ..."
5. Achieving High Educational Standards for All: Conference Summary by Christopher F. Edley, Timothy Ready, Catherine E. Snow (2002)
"Extensive expert testimony and a posttrial brief filed by a citizens' education advocacy group, the Prichard Committee, had brought to the trial judge's ..."
6. Violent Youth Predator Act of 1996; And Balanced Juvenile Justice and Crime by United States, Subcommittee on Crime, Congress, Committee on the Judiciary, House (1997)
"... or posttrial conviction, anyone have any problem with easing the conditions where juveniles are kept pretrial or in posttrial confinement? Mr. SESSIONS. ..."