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How many times may a person be tried for the same offense?

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Annie Barnes on September 29, 2018

Only once, it is illegal to be tried for the same thing. Another point of View: If the jury delivered a not guilty verdict in the first case in the court, Or the case was Dismissed WITH the Prejudices, the accused may NOT be tried again. However, in case of Suspension of the Prossed, or Dismissed WITHOUT Prejudice, or the jury in the first trial was deadlocked and/or the mistrial was declared - THEN the defendant MAY be tried again.

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