Ann has been called for jury duty. She sees it as an honor and her civic responsibility, despite it possibly interfering with a planned trip with Donald to St. Louis to visit his parents. Indeed, Ann is selected to sit on a jury, that for an alleged domestic assault between a husband and wife. Beyond the fact that Donald doesn't know how to reschedule their flights to St. Louis to accommodate the unknown length of the jury deliberations, Ann being on the jury with its disparate group of citizens has its own issues. Ann, has to deal with a bunch of fellow jurors some who don't seem to care much about the jury duty itself. They include the spineless jury foreman, overly prudish Miss Marker, womanizer and freeloader Jack Packard who seems more interested in what freebies jury duty provides and getting to know Ann in a personal sense, and hippie artist Mr. Talley who doesn't believe in the concepts of guilt or innocence. Ann also ends up being the one on the not guilty side versus the ... Written by
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References 12 Angry Men