Michigan Verdict is a legal concept in the state of Michigan that allows a jury to return a verdict that is not binding, but rather advisory in nature. It is a type of verdict used when a jury is unable to reach a unanimous decision on the guilt or innocence of a defendant. A Michigan Verdict can be either a "not guilty" or "guilty" verdict, but is only advisory in nature and does not require the court to enter a judgement of guilt or innocence. There are two types of Michigan Verdicts: a "No Cause" verdict, which is returned when the jury cannot agree on whether the defendant is guilty; and a "Cannot Agree" verdict, which is returned when the jury is equally divided on the guilt or innocence of the defendant. In either case, the court is not required to enter a judgement of guilt or innocence.