JCC AND 12AM

JCC AND 12AM
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  • 1. Impulsive and Careless decisions
  • Boy - oh - boy! There's always one!
  • "Not Guilty."
  • 2. Biased personal opinions
  • It's not your boy He's somebody else.
  • That goddamn rotten kid. I know him. What they're like. What they do to you. How they kill you every day. My God, don't you see?
  • 3. Uncontrolled outburst of emotions
  • Let go of me, God damn it! I'll kill him! I'll kill him!
  • You don't really mean you'll kill me, do you?
  • Nearly all of the jurors, some even without a strong footing in their justifications, vote 'guilty' against the boy, when only one juror votes 'not guilty'. This shows the limitations of the jury system, therefore the legal processes to determine the verdict.
  • 1. Impulsive and Careless decisions
  • Some of the jurors try to present their arguments against the innocence of the boy by becoming biased and recounting of their prior experiences,  which limits the reliability of the discussions and their own verdicts. 
  • 2. Biased personal opinions
  • "No! She's a self - centered, angry girl who's punishing this boy quite unecessarily. She sees boys as an expendable commodity."
  • Juror 3 cannot control his burning rage anymore against Juror 8, and acts violently. This shows the incredible tension between the jurors, which should not be present when deciding someone's fate.
  • 3. Uncontrolled outburst of emotions
  • "You demon. Rot in hell forever. I'll never ever forgive you"
  • Instead out sorting out her own problems and contemplating the results, Anu Singh killed her boyfriend, later seeming to regret it, a result of an impulse decision.
  • Dr Bryne answers Terry Goulding's questions by providing his own views of Anu SIngh's character and the actions she had done, possibly recounting from his own experiences.
  • Maria CInque could not control the anger that she possessed when Anu's sentence was read out. Believing it was too short, she was not satisfied.
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