Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary

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 discovered earlier. Also called newly discovered evidence. (See: writ of coram nobis)
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