He sent them back to the jury room, but after an hour he accepted they were deadlocked and declared a mistrial.
The only way to call the 2012 election a mistrial on the Affordable Care Act is to ignore the 2012 election.
A jury awarded the company $2.6 million but the judge declared a mistrial and the case was apparently dropped.
She may say, when the case ends in a mistrial, “Burnt myself out for nothing.”
Of course these remarks, if said in front of a jury, might have been grounds for a mistrial.
As mistrial spoke he imitated the discretion of his enemy; he looked down and away.
This effort on her part mistrial hindered to the best of his ability.
mistrial had served his novitiate where the pochard is rare.
As mistrial spoke he gazed at her inquisitorially with shrewd, perplexing eyes.
I want you to withdraw a juror in this case and consent to a mistrial.