United States of America: – – The chance of acquittal is non-existent

United States of America: – – The chance of acquittal is non-existent

There is a high chance of conviction, Comey tells Newsmax The Independent.

He still believes there is a significant, but much smaller, chance the jury will disagree. So you end up with what's called a “hung jury.”

It is a term in American law that refers to the failure of the jury to reach a unanimous decision, which may lead to the trial being declared a mistrial and having to be conducted again.

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But he doesn't think a jury will acquit Trump.

“The chance of acquittal is zero,” Comey says.

He believes the prosecutor has a stronger case than he previously thought.

Trump fired Comey as FBI director in 2017.

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