12 Angry Men
By Reginald Rose
it seemed like he didn't have much to live for anymore. You can see that best when he talks about the old man who was the ear-witness. He just seems like a man defeated by the world and doesn't care what happens to himself. He's almost just sitting, waiting to die alone.
"The woman that testified had those same deep marks in her nose."
"He didn't change his vote. I did. Would you like me to tell you why?"
Well for some dumb reason I got assigned jury duty. It was a murder case, a kid killed his father. At the beginning everyone was voting guilty and I'm not sure how I felt about the case but I just voted guilty with everyone else. But then this guy was speaking out against everyone else, I changed my vote and kept quiet for awhile until some evidence came up about some glasses I totally nailed it and made that one jerk change his vote.
Juror #9 didn't really speak out that much he was the first to change his vote and pretty much kept quiet until the important evidence about the glasses came up then the old man spoke his mind and helped juror #3 change his vote.