3. Your IP: 37.139.24.193 *Explanation*:The plantiff Mrs wood try to implicate the gun manufacturer because she claimed the company is liable for the death of her husband and the death and injuries of the workmen owning to the fact that there are loopholes in the company purchasing policy rather they only care about money. Fitch ( Gene Hackman) states," Trials are too important to be left up to juries." What is the answer for the Movie called " Runaway Jury". How did the film depict the jury selection process? 3.How does the plaintiff, Mrs. Wood, try to implicate the gun manufacturer ( who testifies, what do they say, what evidence is introduced)? Hi, I have to do this project for school and we have to make questions for the class absed ona movie. money? Why? 1) The trial was located in New Orleans, LA 2) The gunman killed himself 3) Vicksburg Firearms. Wendell Rohr faces the dilemma of buying the jury's vote for millions of dollars, i.e., jury tampering, or fighting the case, honestly, to the end no matter what the outcome is. I've watched Runaway Jury and made some questions. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? 7.What is the greatest ethical dilemma Wendell Rohr faces in this trial? Their home town of Gardner sued the gun manufacturer and Fitch helped to win the case for the defense, bankrupting the town of Gardner. 4.How does Vicksburg Firearms try and back up their case in the courtroom ( who testifies, what do they say, what evidence is introduced)? Hi, I have to do this project for school and we have to make questions for the class absed ona movie. say, what evidence is introduced)? 8.What do you think made Easter and Marlee successful in the end? How does Vicksburg Firearms try and back up their case in the courtroom (who testifies, what do they say, what evidence is introduced)? 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I'm not asking to do my work, but rather teach me about it. These are the question that has to be answered: 1.Mr. You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Chrome Web Store. How does he convince the judge to require him to serve on the jury? Thank you. If anyone has watched this movie, please respond. Name a film the has really beautiful scenery? Why do big Hollywood actors, who get millions per movie, need to do perfume ads etc? The quetions are: 1.Why does Nicolas Easter want to be on the jury in the case of Woods v. ��kh + word/document.xml�Z�n�8�_`߁���:��d٘$��:YL�n3�\h����D-%Y��k,��r}��H�NR��S{0nnbI��G����? 6.Who do you think should have won the case? Can Someone answer this for me plzz I miss classes for this movie. What is your favorite Sylvester Stallone movie character? 9.Do you believe that Easter’s and Marlee’s actions served the cause of justice? However, I don't know how best to answer the questions. 2.How does he convince the judge to require him to serve on the jury? 5.Who is Nick Easter and what is he trying to accomplish? Thank you. Why? How does the plaintiff, Mrs. Wood, try to implicate the gun manufacturer (who testifies, what do they say, what evidence is introduced)? 5.Who is Nick Easter and what is he trying to accomplish? How does the plaintiff, Mrs. Wood, try to implicate the gun manufacturer (who testifies, what do they say, what evidence is introduced)? What are your thoughts about the film Videodrome (1983)? For a substantial fee, he carefully investigates and chooses the perfect jury, and arranges whatever needs to be done to make sure the verdict comes out his way. Is there a difference between art and entertainment? 7.What is this film saying about juries and jury selection? Why? Nick and Marlee are high school girl friend/boy friends. I've watched Runaway Jury and made some questions. 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