Can a criminal case be reopened after it is settled?

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The court can reopen a defendant's case or order a new trial only under certain circumstances. For example, evidence discovered since the trial that could not have been discovered before now and the results in the original trial would likely have been different.
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You may not be charged for the same crime twice.
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