I do not always poll a jury. There are sometimes where I just let it go, but after reading this story, I am always going to poll any jury that convicts a client of mine. I can't imagine the odds against this: first, a jury admits that she really did not want to convict, and then she persuades the rest of the jurors to acquit! I know that I have never heard anything like it. I usually hear every juror that they would indeed convict my client. Although I did have a prosecutor poll a jury once. I never really figured out why because I would have argued that once they said, "Not guilty", I would have argued that jeopardy had attached, even if they later had second thoughts.