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99-0743 State v. Franklin

"We find nothing in Hansford to support the conclusion that the difference between a six-person jury trial and a twelve-person jury trial is so fundamental that a six-person jury trial, which was conducted without objection under the express authority of a statute, is automatically invalid. ... While it is conceivable that the chances for acquittal ...

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