Is the boy in 12 Angry innocent?

How many seconds does it take Juror 8 to complete his entire reenactment?

Juror #8’s reenactment of the old man witness’ walk from his bed until the time he opens the front door is timed at 41 seconds. In actual movie time, it takes 31

Is the boy in 12 Angry innocent?

In the end, the teen is found not guilty, and the jurors go their separate ways; the thunderstorm that has been building throughout the film passes, the clouds break, the music swells, and we turn off the film content that justice was done.

What is the punishment in 12 Angry Men?

death sentence

Which juror voted not guilty at the first vote?

Juror 8

How long did eights reenactment of the old man’s testimony take?

The reenactment took 41 seconds, almost three times longer than the old man’s estimation. When Juror #3 tried to question the old man’s judgment of the length of time he took to get to his door, Juror #9 reminded him that the old man was very positive about taking only fifteen seconds.

How many seconds did the jurors estimate it actually took for the old man to get to the door?

Juror two says that the old man claimed he made it to the front door in fifteen seconds.

What did Juror 8 do?

He counts steps, sets up a makeshift scene, and gets another juror to time him walking the way the witness would have. This persuasive ability he has helps the other jurors to see the facts clearly and eventually change their votes. In the end, Juror 8’s calm, quiet demeanor leads the jurors to all vote not guilty.

What is Juror 8’s name?

Davis

Who was actually guilty in 12 angry men?

They did not let a guilty man go free. In the U.S., to be guilty, one must have been judged to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. And that judgement must come through a unanimous decision by 12 of one’s peers. The young man was not found guilty, so he wasn’t guilty.

What ethnicity is the boy on trial in 12 Angry Men?

Puerto Rican

Who first voted not guilty in 12 angry men?

Juror 8

What is the punishment for the defendant in 12 Angry Men?

death penalty

What will happen if the accused is convicted 12 Angry Men?

The judge instructs them that if there is any reasonable doubt, the jurors are to return a verdict of not guilty; if found guilty, the defendant will receive a mandatory death sentence via the electric chair. The verdict must be unanimous.

Is the man in 12 Angry Men guilty?

They did not let a guilty man go free. In the U.S., to be guilty, one must have been judged to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. And that judgement must come through a unanimous decision by 12 of one’s peers. The young man was not found guilty, so he wasn’t guilty.

Which juror changed his vote to not guilty?

Juror 3

What juror changed his vote first?

Juror 9

Which jurors voted not guilty 12 Angry Men?

It’s clear there’s something weighing on him. The jurors all sit down and take a vote. Eleven of them vote Guilty, and Juror #8 is the only person who votes Not Guilty.

Why do you think Juror 3 was the last one to vote not guilty?

Juror 3 changed his vote after realizing that all of his anger toward the defendant was a direct result of his bad relationship with his son. Due to his change of vote from guilty to not guilty, Juror 3 shows growth in character and is therefore considered dynamic.

How long does it take for No 8’s attempt to recreate the witness running to his front door?

Juror #8’s reenactment of the old man witness’ walk from his bed until the time he opens the front door is timed at 41 seconds. In actual movie time, it takes 31

How does Juror 8 explain the old man’s testimony?

Juror #8 recreates the same dimensions of the old man’s bedroom and apartment hallway. So the new story is that the old man heard the boy fighting with his dad earlier in the night, heard the body hit the floor above his apartment, rushed to the door and assumed the boy was running away.

What was the old man’s testimony in 12 Angry Men?

The old man according to his own testimony (I’m gonna kill you, body hitting the floor a split second later) would have had to hear the boy make this statement with the el roaring past his nose. It’s not possible he could have heard it.

Who holds the knife as he pretends to stab Juror 8 re enacting the prosecution’s version of the stabbing?

Juror #3 takes the knife and pretends to be 5’7. Then he walks over to Juror #8 and pretends to stab him, although we have to wonder how much he wishes he could do it for real. He shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the kid could still make a downward wound if he brought the knife down from above.

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