Juror # 3

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Questions of fact that were brought up in the film often were in regards to the knife that was used as the murder weapon. An example of a question of fact was if the knife was one of a kind or not. That question was soon addressed when Juror #8 bought the same knife. There was also a question of fact when the old lady that witnessed to killing because she may not have had sufficient eyesight to see it. It was brought up since she said that she was in bed when she saw the killing and no one wears their glasses to bed this was brought up by Juror #9 and verified by Juror #4. Questions of prediction were brought to attention when the jury put to question the time it took for the old man to get from his room to the hall to see the boy run away this …show more content…
Juror #1 played accommodations conflict since he did not want everyone to fight with one another. He also wanted everyone to have an option to speak what they wanted everyone to hear. He was asked about bringing the evidence to where they were all held in and he agreed with the eleven men. Juror #3 displayed competition conflict management since he was not changing his view on the boy being guilty. The little evidence that was viewed in the courtroom as well also convinced him. He wanted to convince the other Jurors that the boy was guilty of committing his father 's murder. Juror #3 displayed collaboration conflict management since he had a great deal of concern for both himself as well as the boy. He also took into consideration what the other men were saying and not just how he felt about things. Juror #1 displayed compromise conflict management since he did his best to try and find middle ground or a solution that would closely meet the needs of everyone in the jury. Juror #2 displayed avoidance conflict management since he was very quiet most the time and really didn’t say anything and just kept to

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