Objects & Places from Twelve Angry Men

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The Window in the Jury Room - This is a cause of disagreement among the jurors who keep adjusting it to make themselves more comfortable.

Reasonable Doubt - The law says that for a conviction, the prosecution must present a case with no room for this.

Tic-Tac-Toe Game - As Juror Three becomes frustrated with the debate, he decides to pass the time using this which Juror Eight angrily snatches away.

The Knife - This is brought into court by one of the jurors who uses it to prove there is a very specific flaw in one of the main arguments supporting the defendant's guilt.

The Inner City - The murder victim and his son live in this area, which some jurors believe to be responsible for producing liars and murderers.

Glasses - The jurors eventually discount the testimony of the woman who claims to have seen...

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