posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 05:13 PM
a reply to: MrBuddy
For the Feds to prosecute the case, there has to be a violation of Federal law which is substantially different from the charges he was just acquitted
on. Otherwise, that would be double jeopardy.
I don't know of any such charges that could be leveled at Kyle, but then again I am not a lawyer... just an old redneck who had to learn the law young
The state is done. The judge dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning it cannot be re-opened without a hearing from a judge that he will look at new
evidence... and after the shameful fiasco performed by the state in the courtroom, I doubt that will ever happen.
Civil trial for wrongful death? Maybe... but the evidence in this trial could be introduced by the defense, and I don't think that would be helpful.
Additional criminal or civil charges against those involved with the prosecution and the media attempting to interfere with the jury? I doubt it just
because of the political climate... but there is nothing legal