This question's first answer has a comment by Brad Larson that indicates that there is a period of time between when a robo-reviewer starts doing bad reviews and hits an audit, stopping them. Is it possible to add a feature where a user who gets audited has their recent reviews put back into the appropriate queues?
The rationale here would be that recent reviews are probably bad and should not have been resolved. For the First Post/Late Answer/Low Quality queues where only one reviewer exists, this means that a robo-reviewer probably has had a significant negative impact. This could be tuned to a period (24 hours) or a certain number of reviews (10? 40?). Those queues are consistently empty, so it's probably unlikely to create a huge workload burden (though I don't know if there is a means to run actual numbers on that?). I'm not sure this would be a useful or easy change for the Close Vote queue.
(Also, apologies if this is a dupe... was unable to find something hitting this potential strategy.)