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Is it legal (but maybe "unprecedented") for the prosecution to "judge shop" to re-arrest someone on the same charges?

Is it legal (but maybe "unprecedented") for the prosecution to "judge shop" to re-arrest someone on the same charges? It is legal because double jeopardy does not attach and an ...
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Is it legal (but maybe "unprecedented") for the prosecution to "judge shop" to re-arrest someone on the same charges?

In the United States, Double Jeopardy attaches when: A.) In jury trial when the jury is empaneled and sworn in B.) In a bench trial when the court begins to hear evidence after the first witness is ...
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