I think it's unlikely. Bill Schaefer at WFTV doesn't think it's likely.
If they do, now that they lost, it could be seen as retribution for losing the case (even though I do believe that she committed perjury).
I very much doubt her perjury had anything to do with whatever reasonable doubt the jury found. That was pretty much proven to be a lie in their rebuttal. So I think the DA's office will just want to get on with doing what they do, with the cases still on their docket.
Last edited by rabidstoat; 07-05-2011 at 05:42 PM.