twelve angry men

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Music and Movies

 

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Debra W

 

Date added:

January 11, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 750

 

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What follows is not only a discussion of the particular facts of the case, but an intense examination of the personal baggage that each jury member brings to the room. It's great that the film is not overtly critical of the fact that the juror's personal baggage is not checked at the door. Many critics argue that the jury system works against justice because a jury is not trained to distance itself from a case in the same way that a lawyer or judge is trained to do...
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Many critics argue that the jury system works against justice because a jury is not trained to distance itself from a case in the same way that a lawyer or judge is trained to do. On a certain level, this argument makes sense. At least it's a rational argument. However, how is it possible for human beings to check their lived experience at the door? Is it necessarily "bad" that jurors scrutinize the evidence through the unique filters with which they view the world? After all, are they not called upon to speak on behalf of the diverse community in which we live? These are key questions Twelve Angry Men begs us to ask...
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