What happens after a mistrial and can you have the same jurors if there is a new trial?
Asked on 7/13/12, 5:02 pm
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Eric Trabin The Trabin Law Firm
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No, you can't have the same jurors. If there is a re-trial then there will be a new jury panel from which to select the jury.
Answered on 7/13/12, 5:12 pm
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