What comments does Juror Eight make that seem to settle?
What comments does juror eight make that seem to settle the argument about “doubt”? He repeats the evidence about the case, and it suggests that there is doubt; at least two agree, so they take another vote. To juror four, what is the most convincing evidence that the boy is guilty?
Which three jurors are the most stubborn?
Answer: Jurors 10, 3, and 12 in my opinion the most stubborn because 10 is a bigot, 3 is very opinionated and 12 is a hurried business man who sees everything in black and white. 4.
What does three do to eight in the beginning?
What does Three do to Eight in the beginning of Act III that causes the others to cry, “Look out!” How is this also an example of situational irony? He acted like he was going to stab Eight. We would expect 3 to actually stab 8 because he said he was going to kill him at the end of the last Act.
Why does juror four change his vote to not guilty?
Why does Four change his vote to not guilty? He thinks there’s a reasonable doubt because juror 8 states that it’s logical to say that she was not wearing her glasses in bed and she didn’t put them on just to glance out a window which convinces him to change his vote.
Do you think Juror #8 deliberately provoked Juror #3 into threatening to kill him why or why not?
Do you think 8 deliberately provokes 3 into threatening to kill him? Explain. Yes, he purposely does it to prove a point, that the kid could’ve said it and not meant it.
What does Juror 3 do to Juror 8 in the beginning of Act 3?
Not every country has a democracy. What does Juror #3 do to Juror #8 in the beginning of Act III that causes the others to cry “Look out!” How is this also an example of situational irony? Juror #3 charges at Juror #8 as if he were to stab him. He was “demonstrating” the correct way to stab with the switchblade.
Why did Juror 7 change his vote?
He wants to rush the case so he can leave. Act III, Page 334, Column 1: Seven changes his vote to not guilty just because he’s had “enough.” Moreover, he refuses to say why when Eleven pushes him.
How has Juror 8 discredited the knife?
How did Juror 8 discredit the testimony about the knife being rare and unusual? He showed the other jurors a knife exactly like the one the defendant allegedly used that Juror 5 had purchased just days before at a shop near where the defendant lives.
What does Juror 3 say about his son?
As #3 tells it, “I told him [my son] right out, ‘I’m gonna make a man out of you or I’m gonna bust you up into little pieces trying. ‘ When he was fifteen he hit me in the face. He’s big, you know.