surrebuttal

[sur-ri-buht-l]
noun Law.
the giving of evidence to meet a defendant's rebuttal.

Origin:
1885–90; sur-1 + rebuttal

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surrebuttal (ˌsɜːrɪˈbʌtəl)
 
n
law (in pleading) the giving of evidence in support of a surrebutter

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All of the parties pre-filed direct testimony and surrebuttal testimony.
All cross-examination, rebuttal, surrebuttal and appropriate impeachment evidence must be given by live testimony.
The motion to strike and the alternative motion for leave to file surrebuttal are denied.
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