Is it possible that one person can change the opinion of eleven others in a criminal trial? The judge requires a unanimous verdict. It is Friday and, increasingly, there are compelling reasons why several of the jury members need to be released from service. The foreman, a local business woman, struggles to hold on to her authority.The first vote results in a count of eleven for 'not guilty' and one saying 'guilty'. As the discussions proceed, and the drab, secured jury room produces other pressures, the personalities of the jurors begin to show. As the last chance for a verdict approaches, before the weekend intervenes, two jurors lock horns. The outcome defies belief.Twelve Troubled Jurors is the second publication forming part of the Novella Nostalgia series linking iconic cinema classics with modern stories.
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