Isn't there some vague law that a person cannot be prosecuted and convicted
twice for the same crime? When did double jeopardy protections and
laws get revoked and edited from the constitution? There is no such thing when
prosecutors can whine with and OOPs and sorry and why double jeopardy is not
allowed by the constitution. Prosecutors get one chance, one trial and one
conviction to get it right regardless of any threat to society a person may be.
Of course the original prosecutor is fired on the spot. The man was
wrongfully convicted and the judge released him and that is the end of the
prosecutions powers. If the government erred then it falls on the prosecutor to
be punished and put in jail for his actions. The prosecutor has no right to
retry an overturned wrongful conviction and it is the duty of the jury to turn
this man loose and recommend prison for the prosecutors trying to defy our
constitutional laws that not even a judge can overturn.