Jury Split Decisions
When a jury cannot come to either a guilty or innocent
verdict then the police and the crown prosecution have to decide whether
a re-trial is in order. Now the law is that the accused have to be found
guilty beyond reasonable doubt, now which bit of 'we can't make our
minds up' don't the authorities understand? If the jury cannot make
their minds up the accused's guilt is clearly not beyond reasonable
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