The next people to change their votes are Jurors 12 and 1 when Juror 8 demonstrates that it is unlikely that one witness actually saw the boy flee the scene, making the vote 9-3. Do you think that you could remember details under a situation such as that? One: The boy admitted going out of his house at 8 o'clock on the night of the murder after being punished several times by his father. In 2011, the film was the second most screened film in secondary schools in the United Kingdom. Juror 2 questions the likelihood that the accused, who was almost a foot shorter than his father, could have inflicted the downward stab wound found in the body. Other jurors, including Juror 4, confirm that they saw the same thing. Ok slugger, be my guest.
Just hit the button 'n' I'll come right in. Look, it's only gonna take 15 seconds according to you! No, a guy who talks like that to an old man ought to get stepped on, know what I mean? Sotomayor noted that events such as Juror 8 entering a similar knife into the proceeding; performing outside research into the case matter in the first place; and ultimately the jury as a whole making broad, wide-ranging assumptions far beyond the scope of reasonable doubt such as the inferences regarding the woman wearing glasses would not be allowed in a real-life jury situation, and would in fact have yielded a assuming, of course, that applicable law permitted the content of jury deliberations to be revealed. Now, from what was presented at the trial, it seems that the boy is guilty, but maybe if we go deeper. Takes a good brain for that, I was very impressed. The court is not going to accept a hung jury. And what about this thing - even Steven.
Now, at the 4rth quarter the field was mud bath! The plot of the film revolves around their difficulty in reaching a unanimous verdict, mainly due to several of the jurors' personal prejudices. Alright then, you tell me what are we sitting here for. Suppose you answer this for me. I want you to tell me why you changed your vote. The vote is 8 to 4 in favour of guilty.
Well, I'll tell ya, I think the testimony that can send a human being to death should be that accurate! Finest watchmakers in the world come from Europe, don't they? You can practically reach out that window and touch the el tracks, couldn't you? Is there anybody here who has ever lived next to an el line? Cast: , , , , , , , Director: Genres: Keywords: , , , , ,. I remember I was arguing with this guy that I work next to at the bank, so he called me an idiot, so I was yelling. No, I wouldn't like you to tell me why. I thought they already have changed their mind. Why are you so damn polite about? It wasn't up to him—he had no choice about it. .
Where did you meet your husband? Plot After the final closing arguments have been presented to the judge, she gives her instructions to the jury, all of which are men. He also described all those tests, etc. If that's alright with you gentlemen. I figured us for an assault or a burglary or something like that. Well go on, just take a guess! Did hear the scream, didn't hear the scream. He didn't switch his vote, I did.
Look, he came home to get his knife. He had three months from the night of the murder to the day of the trial in which to memorise them. How does he know how long 15 seconds is? I think we're missing the point here. The storm, both as it is impending and as it breaks, provides a subtle parallel to the debate amongst the jurors. I mean, he had a fair trial, didn't he? Where do you want us to sit? He proposed that he would abstain from voting, and if the other eleven jurors voted guilty unanimously, then he would acquiesce to their decision. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, U. I had a bunch of questions I wanted to ask about all these things, they mean anything or not I don't know, but I do know that I felt the lawyer, the boy's lawyer, was not doing his job.
Well, it's hard to put it into words. Then Juror 9, after seeing Juror 4 rub his nose which was being irritated by his glasses , realizes that, like Juror 4, the witness who alleged to see the murder had impressions in the sides of her nose, indicating that she wore glasses, and likely was not wearing them when she saw the murder. We can't just decide in 5 minutes. Do you really believe that boy's story? And he was lucky he got it. It is sad to say that in my experience remakes, in the main, are generally inferior to the films from which they are derived. We could be here all night. You know the one our fine, upright boy admitted buying the night of the murder? Never had recognition, never seen his name in the newspapers.
Yeah, how about that business with the knife? Alright, kids who crawl out of these places they're nothing but trash. Having argued several points, Juror 8 requests another vote, this time by secret ballot. Yeah, but it could mean it! I gave him an honest opinion. What are you making here? It is in this final speech, George C Scott's superb impassioned delivery of it, and George C Scott in the final closing shot, all exposing the motivations and feelings of Juror 3, where this film is actually better than the 1957 film. Permission is hereby granted to copy and to distribute this web page in its original, unmodified form as long as its last modification datestamp information is preserved. And out loud every second everyone stalks by this kid. In a remake of the 1950s classic, bias and group-think influence the deliberations of a dozen jury members.
However, at that time, like now, the jurors decide what sentence the defendant should get too in capital cases after considering all the various aggravating vs. When I was very young, I had an apartment on the second floor right next to an el line and I wanna tell you, when that window is open and the train is roaring by, the noise is unbearable. Scott, and Edward James Olmos. We had this young brother Yelder. Now listen to me people! If found guilty, he will receive a. All jurors leave and the defendant is found not-guilty off-screen, while Juror 8 helps the distraught Juror 3 with his coat in a show of compassion.