*UPDATE* Atty John Dunn Monday morning with greater details and how long the DA can keep doing this.
Everybody keeps asking me about Double Jeopardy Clause in the Kepler case it doesn't apply here is why...Retrial after mistrial. Mistrials are generally not covered by the double jeopardy clause. If a judge dismisses the case or concludes the trial without deciding the facts in the defendant's favor (for example, by dismissing the case on procedural grounds), the case is a mistrial and may normally be retried. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_Jeopardy_Clause