mistrial definition

  • noun:
    • an effort that becomes invalid considering fundamental prejudicial mistake in process.
    • An inconclusive trial, as you where the jurors neglect to acknowledge a verdict.
    • an effort which invalid considering a mistake in procedure
    • A false or erroneous trial; an effort with no outcome; an effort which involves no summary, such as a criminal test which cannot produce a unanimous decision of jurors.
    • In law: an endeavor the consequence of which can be vitiated by errors, as by disqualification in a juror or in the judge.
    • even more loosely, an inconclusive trial; an endeavor that does not issue in a choice, as where in fact the jury cannot consent.
    • a trial this is certainly invalid or inconclusive

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