Within a day of a judge declaring a mistrial in the case against three Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders, eight jurors discussed the dynamics of 21 full days of deliberations, heated discussions in close quarters and holdouts on the jury.

Four of the jurors agreed that chief financial officer Joel Sanders faced more guilty votes than former chairman Steven Davis and former executive director Stephen DiCarmine, but a few holdouts prevented any convictions.

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