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12 Angry Men Act 1 guide question 1. The Judges gives the jurors one protocol, this protocol is to discuss and separate the facts from the embellished in the case. This protocol also requires the jurors to honestly and thoughtfully declare the accused not guilty if there is a reasonable doubt or guilty if there's not a reasonable doubt. 2. The room itself, the weather, and the time affected the jurors by making them feel uncomfortable and wanting to leave. This is evident because the jurors, who do not really know each other to talk to, were standing around in a cluttered non - air conditioned old room around 4:00 P.M on a warm day. Some jurors started to complain about the heat and others are willing to come to a verdict as soon as possible. 3. The defendant is a teenager and is accused of stabbing his father in the chest with switch knife. The evidence that’s there against him is a witness’s testimony and a woman who witnessed the attack. The witness’s testimony came from an “old man who lived on the second floor right underneath the room where the murder took place,” where he heard everything. 4. Juror number 8 thinks that there is a reasonable doubt about the boy. He thinks this way because of the possibility of the boy losing the knife and someone else stabbing his father with a similar knife. 5. The protagonist appears to be juror 8 because he had a reasonable doubt and emphasizes a close examination of the defendant by questioning the testimonies and taking a possibility into consideration. His major antagonist appears to be juror 3 because he has a grudge from his own experience of being attacked by his own son and wants to convict the defendant for allegedly attacking his father. Juror 3 is different from the other jurors because he strongly insists and concludes that defendant is guilty wells the other jurors are listen to both sides.
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