This semester I read the play "Twelve Angry Men", by Reginald Rose. It is about a jury trying to come up with a verdict for a teenage boy who is being accused of killing his father. In the play there are 2 very important characters. These characters are Juror Number Three and Juror Number Eight. Number Three is very against talking about anything. He is convinced that the boy is guilty and doesn't care to listen
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work well with each other. I feel that this play did a very good job of showing how people truly think and feel. It also did a very good job of explaining our judicial system as it works today. A person's bias will probably never be completely gone, but with more than one person creating the verdict each individual has a better chance at true justice, because justice is not justice if it is biased.