Why Alvin Bragg’s ‘Jackson Pollock’ prosecution is more likely to produce a hung jury

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell Jun16,2024
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  1. As a legal expert, I believe Alvin Bragg’s prosecution strategy in the ‘Jackson Pollock’ case is interesting. However, I am concerned that it may result in a hung jury due to the complexity of the evidence. It will be crucial for the prosecution to present a clear and compelling case to sway the jury’s opinion.

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