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It depends on the type of case, how it was closed, when it was closed, and if you have a good reason to reopen.

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Q: Can a Federal Case be reopened?
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It could be, but it is unlikely.

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Until changed.

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A cold case may be reopened because of a repeating crime with the same style of abuse. It could also be reopened for a family to know what happened to their loved one or any of their belongings.

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To make a long story short, it means that your case that was once settled and closed may be reopened and used against you with whatever new charge or new situation you may be going through.

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A case can be dismissed at any phase up until there is a verdict or a sentence on a plea has been given.Note: there are two types of dismissals.1. without prejudice - the case can be reopened and prosecution continues2. with prejudice - the case CANNOT be reopened and it's completely done.

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Yes, the police can reopen a case once they close it provided that they find new evidence.

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Can a dismissed with prejudice case be reopened?

A case dismissed with prejudice means it can not ever be brought again. A case dismissed without prejudice may be brought again as long as the statute of limitations governing the case has not run out.

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Simply, if the case arises under federal statute or is a case of constitutional interpretation federal courts will have original jurisdiction.

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