The Runaway Jury

What metaphors are used in The Runaway Jury by John Grisham?

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The jury room bocomes a metaphor for the psychology of the public. The room where the jury convene where they are not in the court room. They eat their lunch here and deliberations are held here. Only the jury members are allowed in this room and it is guarded by Lou Dell and Willis the deputy.