Wonderful to talk to Soumya Karlamangla on this one.
"Domicile cases can be a really tough call because you're trying to figure out someone's state of mind," said Jessica Levinson, who teaches election law at Loyola Law School.
Levinson said pieces of evidence like that, which suggest intent, could be enough for the defense to create "reasonable doubt" in the jurors' minds. Before a jury can convict, the law requires it to agree the charges are true "beyond a reasonable doubt."
"The prosecution basically builds a ship and the defense tries to poke enough of a hole to get some leakage," she said