12 angry men

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When Juror 8 is questioned on his verdict that being not guilty his response was "I don't know but I need to hear more before sending a boy of to die" There were eight key turning points in where the jurors changed their verdict to not guilty; this was based on the creditability of the evidence...
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These 4 pieces of evidence each bring weight to a juror's repose and verdict. However, throughout the movie one juror will not entertain that the accused may not have committed the murder. There are 4 pieces of evidence brings together the movie, and in the jury room this evidence is discussed and disputed...
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