In the Derek Chauvin trial, Morries Hall, a key witness for the prosecution has plead the 5th because he worries his testimony could result in charges against himself.
My question is, is the jury allowed to consider that plea as evidence Chauvin is innocent? The logic being "It doesn't make sense for Hall to plead the 5th if Chauvin killed Floyd? The only thing he could be hiding is his own involvement in Floyd's death."
Obviously they can't use his plea as evidence in his own trial, but he's not the one on trial now.