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Why did Juror 7 change his vote?
Last Updated: 3rd April, 2021
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Hereof, why did Juror 9 change his vote?
Juror 3 comes at five and thinks he changes his vote. Why had Nine changed his vote? Who is Nine? Nine changed his vote because Juror number 8 had courage to stand against everyone else, and he 8 gambled for support and made 9 want to hear more.
Likewise, why did 11 jurors initially vote guilty? Near the end of the play, Juror 7 announces that he's changing his vote to guilty, not because he believes the defendant might not be guilty, but because he has had enough and wants to go home.
Accordingly, why do the other jurors turn their back on Juror 10?
Why do the other jurors turn their backs on 10's statements about his true feelings? Because he was continuously ranting about how terrible certain groups are and saying terrible assuming things about people in the slums, and everyone was getting sick of his bigotry--it's offensive and was uncalled for.
Who is Juror 10 referring to when he says them?
Juror 10 indicates that all people like the boy on trial are liars based on experiences he seems to have had with them. In Act I he says, 'You're not going to tell us that we're supposed to believe him, knowing what he is. I've lived among 'em all my life. You can't believe a word they say.