Washing dishes at the kitchen sink
Lying in bed reading a book
She was lying in bed trying to get to sleep
He had no prejudice
Bad legs -- used canes or a walker
Hard of hearing
Stuttered when he talked
He said that his father (the murder victim) had confiscated it earlier in the day
He said he had probably lost it through a hole in his pocket
He said that he dropped it down into the sewers
He said that he had given it to one of his friends
He says he was down at the waterfront watching the ships come in
He says he was at a late show at the cinema (but can't remember the movie)
He says he was dancing in a large dance hall
It had been slashed across the man's throat
Stabbed downwards and into the chest
Jabbed upwards into the man's stomach
Rammed into the center of the man's back
Very close to the elevated railway system
Next to the city center bus depot
Very close to a big airport
Very close to the Brooklyn Bridge
He states that people always say what they mean when they are angry.
He states that nobody says such words without meaning them.
He states that the defendant shouted the words angrily.
He states that he meant it because he then proceeded to kill.
The fact that the witness sees the murder through a passing train.
The fact that the defendant is shorter than the victim.
The fact that the alleged eyewitness has impaired vision, and may not have clearly seen what she thought she saw.
The fact that the murder weapon is not as unusual as the testimony suggested.
No. 3 has a closed mind, while No. 4 is willing to listen and consider new possibilities.
No. 3 is a bully, while No. 4 acts as if he has superior knowledge.
No. 3 is irrational, while No. 4 reasons out his contributions carefully.
He says the defendant might just have been angry.
He says that many people say things they don't really mean.
He says the defendant might have been provoked by his father.
He asks them to consider how many times they have said similar words with no intention to kill.
They are significant stages in the shift of power.
They are significant points in the evolution of the plot.
They symbolize the impact of jurors' arguments against one another.
They determine the level of hostility evident in the play.
Doing a crossword puzzle doing a crossword puzzle
Playing tic-tac-toe with juror 12
Reading a newspaper
Asked the foreman to read the transcript of the testimony
Acted out the series of events while timing them with a watch
Asked each juror to recall what they heard the old man say
It was probably made by someone who was an expert knife-fighter
It was self-inflicted
It had to have been made by someone taller than the victim
It was likely made by someone holding the switchblade in an awkward manner