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Many statistics are available online. My question is about what YOU have noticed in your experience.
Since case details make all the difference... I'm talking about cases in which the "material points" are favorable to the prosecution. (Circumstances of the crime and evidence both material and circumstantial.)
Assuming a plea deal is not reached and it goes to trial, in your experience have you seen juries generally convict? Or are juries generally a tough sell for the State? I understand there are no promises... Your observation is what I'm asking. Straight opinion.