Jurors #3 and #10 are the most hostile of the jurors. They believe deep down that this boy killed his father. They believe that everything they heard in the courtroom holds true and they don’t really want to see this kid live any longer. Juror #8 still had reasonable doubt about the murder. He doesn’t want to vote guilty until he has enough evidence that this boy did indeed kill his father.
Initially his voice of reason implores to the conscience of the reader to “deliberate honestly and thoughtfully”. Although the foreman is perceived as speaking to the jury here, Rose writes in such a way that his words are also directed at the audience. This can be deduced from the foreman’s appeals that if “there is any reasonable doubt” a “verdict of not guilty” must be brought forth. Leading this charge is Juror 8. Although unsupported at the beginning, he is devoted to justice, and is initially sympathetic toward the 19-year-old defendant.
Matt Alley Personal Law 11/4/08 Hour 7 12 Angry Men The Juror that thought the boy was not guilty was Juror #8 or indentified as David at the end of the film. I thought this juror was the best one of the group. I belief he was the best because he kept and open mind the whole time. He listened to what others had to say, and he didn’t let his emotions take over and was on time for the case. The only mistake I noticed that Juror #8 made was when he went an investigated the case on his own.
One role I noticed was that of a procedural technician and this was carried out by the head of the jury. He kept the group focused on the task at hand. He held votes to see where the group was at as a whole as well and kept his ears open to matters concerning the progress of the group. He helped the group by setting them straight and making sure that they were getting a verdict. He did have some struggle when some of the group members did not think he was doing the best job and he told them that they could do it instead.
My thought on this is that the lawyer is feeling sorry for Bartleby. The lawyer believes that the refusal means that something has disarmed him. It is more of a confusing for the lawyer because he knows what the potentials of the character, the lawyer even starts to blame himself for Bartleby’s refusing to do anything. Bartleby never leaves the office so the lawyer begins to watch him carefully. Why is the lawyer so concerned about the change in his behavior?
This is due to his abusive father who calls him a gutless wonder ‘’Gary is scared about being 1st ruck in the footy grand final by accident he helps the team by getting in the umpires way and makes him loose time and misses. Then became a hero. At presentation night he won best T man trophy. His dad comes to the presentation night and for once is proud of his son and shakes his hand. Eventually he grew in confidence and stood up in front of
There were instances where he seemed somewhat surprised that others on the jury did not hold his same opinion. This juror began the deliberation under some stress and irritation due to a cold that he was suffering, but he also used his circumstance to disrupt some of the discussion by coughing and blowing his nose. It wasn’t until the vote of not guilty became the majority that he became enraged and went on a rant that he became subdued as he realized the type of person that he had become. After this incident, he did not attempt to disrupt the discussion of evidence and
Which group of words convey Christopher’s feelings toward Wellington? a) Caring, Compassionate, loving b) Suicidal, hatred, violence c) Nonchalant, depressing, eager d) Open, crazy, silly 7. According to the text why does Christopher leave his dad to go live with his mom? a) Because his dad killed wellington b) Because his dad threatened him c) Because his dad said he can’t be in A grade d) Because his dad wouldn’t let him continue his book about Wellington’s death 8. On page 82, what word can be used to replace levelheaded a) Sensible b) Impalpable c) Undetectable d) Spirit 9.
Juror #1 is the Foreman of the jury. He is serious about his role and tries to run the proceedings in an orderly fashion, reminding the jurors “Just let’s remember we’ve got a first degree murder charge here. If we vote guilty, we send the accused to the electric chair.” Juror #2 is timid, quiet and unsure of himself, finding it hard to maintain an independent opinion until he finds the courage to point out an important question about how the murder was actually committed. Juror #3 is the antagonist. He is a forceful, intolerant bully who sees the case as simple and believes the accused is absolutely guilty.
Flint Marko was driven by desperation to save his daughter extend of jealousy or hatred such as everyone else, before leaving the his house after seeing his daughter Flint said “Im not a badperson just had bad luck” . Flint was convicted of the murder of peter’s uncle Uncles Ben. After accepting an offer from Eddie (Venom) Flint “Sells his soul to the devil” and agrees to get rid of Spiderman to be able to do what he needs to save his