There will only be 6 jurors seated for this case, as it stands, to this date: Florida Statute 913.10 Number of jurors.--Twelve persons shall constitute a jury to try all capital cases, and six persons shall constitute a jury to try all other criminal cases. http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/...913/ch0913.htm Florida typically seats only 6 jurors in a criminal case ... unless the death penalty is "on the table." Who will, if anyone, this benefit? Facts: The US Supreme Court decision in WILLIAMS v. FLORIDA, 399 U.S. 78 (1970) 399 U.S. 78, decided that a jury of 6 or more did not violate the defendants 6th Amendment right to a fair trial. To have a hung jury, only one juror would have to hold out. That is 1:6 odds versus (if the state had opted for the DP) a 1:12 odds, for KC to have a hung jury. It only takes one!! Who does this benefit in your opinion?