Supreme Court’s unanimous jury rule may lead to mistrial in Trump hush money case.

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A mistrial is a trial that is not successfully completed due to a significant error or problem that prevents a fair and impartial verdict. This can occur for various reasons, such as procedural errors, misconduct by a party involved in the trial, a hung jury (when the jury cannot reach a unanimous decision), or prejudicial statements made in court. When a mistrial is declared, the trial is typically invalidated, and it may be retried with a new jury.

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