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Why did Juror 9 change his vote?
Last Updated: 25th June, 2021
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Moreover, how does Juror 9 background affect his vote?
9th Juror is an old man. He respects 8th Juror's passion and sense of justice and quickly comes to his aid and becomes and advocate for the defendant. 9th Juror admits to having changed his vote because he'd like to hear the arguments out.
Also Know, 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.
In this regard, why did juror change his vote?
Changing His Vote At first, the foreman votes that the defendant is guilty of killing his father but, in Act III of the play, he changes his vote to 'not guilty' when Juror Number Five is able to demonstrate that a switchblade would not be used from an upward angle because switchblades are used underhanded.
Why does four change his vote to not guilty?
He thinks there's a reasonable doubt because juror 8 states that it's logical to say that she was not wearing her glasses in bed and she didn't put them on just to glance out a window which convinces him to change his vote.