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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act III.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the progress of the discussion in Act II affect the behavior of the group of jurors?
(a) The jurors continue to hurry towards a conclusion.
(b) The jurors begin to take the defendant more seriously.
(c) The jurors begin to listen to Juror Eight.
(d) As a group, the jurors develop insights that they could not have individually.
2. On what else do the jurors vote on early in Act III?
(a) On whether they should request more evidence.
(b) On whether they should request the judge's guidance.
(c) On whether they should select a new foreman.
(d) On whether they should declare themselves a hung jury.
3. What impact does the discussion about a detail regarding the crucial witness discussed in Act III have on the jurors?
(a) Juror Three and Juror Ten conclude there is reasonable doubt.
(b) Juror Four and Juror Ten conclude there is reasonable doubt.
(c) Juror Four and Juror Three conclude there is reasonable doubt.
(d) Two jurors change their "not guilty" votes back to "guilty".
4. What action do the jurors take as a result of Juror Two's observations about the murder wound?
(a) Juror Eight pretends to attack Juror Nine.
(b) Juror Three pretends to attack Juror Eight.
(c) The foreman pretends to attack Juror Three.
(d) Juror Eight pretends to attack the foreman.
5. What do the attempts of the jurors in Act III to confirm the time of the actual murder prove?
(a) That the old man's testimony about time was much shorter than theirs.
(b) That the old man's testimony about time was almost the same as theirs.
(c) That they were wrong to doubt the old man's testimony.
(d) That the old man's testimony about time was much longer than theirs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What action follows the vote that the jurors take after discussing the defendant's intelligence?
2. What is the result of the vote taken early in Act III about the process in which the jurors are engaged?
3. How does the dissenting juror suggest that the jury should proceed instead of declaring a "hung" jury?
4. What sentence must the defendant face if proven guilty?
5. How do the other jurors react when one of them reacts explosively after the discussion about the defendant's intelligence?
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