The lack of equality brings about other elements of justice to make up for and build upon it.
Equality seems to spur the pursuit of justice, while raising the ever perplexing question of: what is justice....
[tags: Critical thinking, Law, Jury, Thought] - The story begins outside a courthouse in New York City.
An 18-year-old boy is being prosecuted for allegedly stabbing his father to death.
The final decision the jurors make at the end of the film is found not guilty.
The main aspects of the film include: setting, themes, and counter arguments....[tags: Jury, Not proven, Argument map, Man] - Twelve angry men is a play about twelve jurors who have to decide if the defendant is guilty of murdering his father, the play consist of many themes including prejudice, intolerance, justice , and courage.The play begins with a judge explaining to the jurors their job and how in order for the boy to be sent to death the vote must be unanimous.[tags: Law, Jury, Justice, Court] - In the play Twelve Angry men the theme of Bias is very strong.The vote is 11 to 1 in a murder trial of a 16-year-old boy charged with stabbing and killing his father.- Extend Analysis 12 Angry Men Justice is a concept that is crucial for a fair and just society.For hundreds of years, countries have developed constitutions and other documents in place to form justice for those within the country.[tags: Jury, Not proven, The Juror, Verdict] - Twelve Angry Men exhibits the thought processes of twelve men that rely upon their intuitions on varying levels; some of whom check their intuition, some dismiss their intuition, and some trust it blindly.Of course, absolutism in either direction is not wise, and, in almost any case, moderation will find better results, especially in a court room.In this film, a jury is attempting to decide whether a boy is guilty of murder, with evidence piled high against him.However, one juror stands firm and says that they should at least give him an hour.