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09-2584 U.S. v. Cornelius

Criminal Procedure Double jeopardy; mistrials Where the prosecutor asked a question that elicited an answer that was not admissible, the district court should have held a hearing to inquire into the prosecutor's motivation in asking the question. "The district court reached its conclusion that the government had not intended to cause a mistrial without holding an evidentiary hearing, ...

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