In a jury trial for a criminal charge, SCOTUS recently ruled that a guilty verdict must be unanimous.
In (almost) every state a verdict to acquit a criminal defendant must also be unanimous.
If a jury cannot reach a unanimous verdict (a.k.a. a hung jury) then the judge must declare a mistrial and the prosecutor can demand a new trial of the same defendant on the same charge.
Are there any legal constraints on the number of times that a defendant can be retried following mistrials due to hung juries? Or is the only practical constraint the willingness of the prosecutor to expend government resources (and perhaps political capital) pursuing a conviction?