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The Concession As the final hold-out after the other jurors are able to put reasonable doubt into every witnesss testimony, Juror 3 acts as if he alone is going to hang the jury in order to be right, but as he stands alone without an argument, he finally concedes and votes not guilty.
Jury instructions are an important component of a trial because they focus the jury on the specific issues and laws applicable to the case being tried. Jury instructions should identify the issues the jury will need to decide and help them understand the legal principles of the case.
Judge Quotes in Twelve Angry Men The life of another is at stake. If there is a reasonable doubt in your minds as to the guilt of the accused . . . then you must declare him not guilty. If, however, there is no reasonable doubt, then he must be found guilty. Whichever way you decide, the verdict must be unanimous.
All jurors should deliberate and vote on each issue to be decided in the case. When it is time to count votes, it is the presiding jurors duty to see that this is done properly. In a civil case, the judge will tell you how many jurors must agree in order to docHub a verdict.
The judge and the attorneys then ask the potential jurors questions to determine their suitability to serve on the jury, a process called voir dire. The purpose of voir dire is to exclude from the jury people who may not be able to decide the case fairly.
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Eleven men vote guilty. Only one man Juror 8 votes not guilty. The rest of the jurors are shocked, but Juror 8 says that he couldnt sentence a boy to death without discussing it first. It is revealed that the defendant is a 16-year-old boy charged with murdering his father.
The judge instructs them that if there is any reasonable doubt, the jurors are to return a verdict of not guilty; if found guilty, the defendant will receive a mandatory death sentence via the electric chair. The verdict must be unanimous.
What proposition does EIGHT make to his fellow jurors? Take a second vote (juror 8 abstains), if everyone votes not guilty, then hell change his vote and everything will be over.
But one thing is clear: The length of the deliberations is not necessarily a good or bad sign for either side, and there have been high-profile precedents for both acquittals and convictions after lengthy deliberations.
The judge will advise the jury that it is the sole judge of the facts and of the credibility (believability) of witnesses. He or she will note that the jurors are to base their conclusions on the evidence as presented in the trial, and that the opening and closing arguments of the lawyers are not evidence.

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