The criminal trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives in the US has ended in a mistrial after four months of hearings. The Supreme Court judge accepted jurors’ claims they could not reach a unanimous decision on Monday. 

The mistrial was declared yesterday following the failure by jurors to reach a verdict on more than 90 counts including charges of grand larceny after a month of deliberations. [continued]

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