Not that I think or expect something like this to happen, but I am just curious about the process in general, so my question is really about any jury trial, not just this specific one. If all 12 members of the jury somehow got together and wrote a letter saying that they were unclear of the rules, did not understand the charges, did not know they could ask questions and unanimiously said that because of their ignorance on the subject made the wrong decision, could that be cause for a retrial? What if they all said "Oh we thought we were voting on sentencing her to death, we didn't realize we were voting on a charge or that there were lesser charges she could have been guilty of. We didn't read any of the instructions, we just voted." Is there any example that could cause any jurys not-guilty verdict to be overturned? Again, not that I think that would or should happen, just curious if it ever could in any jury trial.