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The 5th Amendment guarantees that defendants can’t face ‘double jeopardy,’ which means the government can’t prosecute a person a second time for the same crime if the jury returns a verdict. Only if the jury doesn’t reach a decision can prosecutors elect to retry the case.

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The 5th Amendment guarantees that defendants can’t face ‘double jeopardy,’ which means the government can’t prosecute a person a second time for the same crime if the jury returns a verdict. Only if the jury doesn’t reach a decision can prosecutors elect to retry the case.

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