So, how does that create jury nullification? Because a jury acquittal simply cannot be legally challenged — not on appeal, and not on re-trial. Think O.J. Simpson — not exactly a case of jury nullification, because the March 10-11 2023 NCAA Division II Wrestling Final Cedar Rapids, IA shirt What’s more,I will buy this jury in his case claimed a “reasonable doubt” arose because of the possibility that a detective, whose own words had proven him to be racist, had planted some of the evidence relied on by the prosecution (io.e. the bloody glove). Remember the famous defense closing argument by Johnny Cochran? “If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit.” Brilliant. And, it worked, getting O.J. off even though he was, in a separate later trial, found liable for the wrongful death of his victims. Still, he can never be re-tried on a criminal charge for those homicides, after that acquittal. I mention O.J. in the context of jury nullification only because a lot of people believe the jury refused to convict a man they knew was guilty, purely out of racial solidarity. Well, under the Constitution, that’s okay too. The acquittal cannot be challenged for _ANY_ reason.