Definition of Rearrest

1. Verb. arrest again ¹

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Definition of Rearrest

1. arrest [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: arrest

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Literary usage of Rearrest

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1. A Treatise on Extradition and Interstate Rendition: With Appendices by John Bassett Moore (1891)
"rearrest. § 305. Discharge on habeas corpus does not prevent. — The discharge of an alleged fugitive on a writ of habeas corpus does not operate as a bar to ..."

2. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1889)
"... except by a new proceeding instituted on sufficient evidence given in that proceeding; and that a complaint and warrant for his rearrest need not be any ..."

3. A Treatise on Criminal Pleading and Practice by Francis Wharton (1889)
"301, convicts violating the conditions of conditional pardons may be rearrested, but the rearrest does not prolong the sentence.8 When a pardon is granted ..."

4. Woman and New York Law by George James Bayles (1911)
"All expenses of such conveying shall be paid by the treasurer of the board of said Anchorage. Who May rearrest.—In any case of the escape of ..."

5. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1918)
"... The same rules of procedure have been held to »pply to the rearrest and imprisonment of one who has violated his parole us apply to one who has violated ..."

6. A Treatise on Code Pleading and Practice: Also Containing 1900 Forms Adapted by William Angus Sutherland (1910)
"... be tried in habeas corpus proceedings, but only the right of custody.114 § 2386. rearrest.—No person who has been discharged by order of the court or ..."

7. Law of Arrest Under the New York Penal Law and Criminal Code and Greater New by Clarence Alexander (1914)
"rearrest; after escape or rescue. If a person once arrested has escaped or been rescued, the person from whose custody he has escaped or been rescued may ..."

8. Notes on Texas Reports: A Chronological Series of Annotations of the by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, 1875- ed, Charles Lawrence Thompson, Texas Supreme Court, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (1910)
"563, 51 Am. Вер. 280, holding sureties not discharged on rearrest and release of defendant under a second bond; Allee v. State, 28 Tex. Ap. 533, 13 SW 991, ..."

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