The Criminal Justice System In 12 Angry Men By Reginald Rose

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During the time in class we have come up against many important topics and integral information that is an essential part in the criminal justice system. Some examples of this would be crime and justice including the laws, criminal behavior, victimization, and the criminal justice system in itself. These issues are everyday situations but many people have been oblivious to what’s going on. They have also been oblivious to the effect that it would have on the community itself. On the information given up to this point this process essay will articulate the unenlightenment and egomaniacal principles of the twelve men in the short story and movie "Twelve Angry Men" written by Reginald Rose and directed by Sidney Lumet. Both Lumet and Rose showed their point of views of the criminal justice system in the play and the movie. Although the director's view on the justice system was more on the rights that everyone had, it still revealed his thoughts on how the justice system is corrupt, ineffective and unjust because all these aspects have shown the major differences in the morality of the twelve individuals and the problem at hand in the movie and play “12 Angry Men”.
The movie “12 Angry Men” denotes how climacteric facts and evidence can change the aftermath in a brobdingnagian way if not processed thoroughly. In the movie you have twelve jurors, all from different backgrounds, with different personalities, and different times. All of them have an assignment where they will have

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