A mistrial occurs when a court trial is terminated before its natural conclusion due to various reasons such as a hung jury, legal errors, or misconduct.
It means that the case did not result in a final verdict and will require further proceedings.
In the case of a hung jury, the jurors are unable to reach a unanimous decision, leading to a mistrial.
What Happens After Mistrial In Court
When a mistrial is declared, the trial may be rescheduled for a later date or, in some cases, dismissed entirely.
Mistrials aim to ensure a fair and just legal process by addressing any significant issues that may have arisen during the trial.
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What Does A Mistrial Mean In Court
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