Juror #11 steps up and gives a speech about how the men shouldn't fight anymore. He finds it amazing that their democracy allows them to decide the fate of someone else in their community.
Juror #6 asks for another vote, and Juror #10 wants it to be an open vote. After the vote, the jurors are now tied 6 to 6.
Juror #10 is sick of discussing things, and he's sick of facts, because he thinks facts can be twisted whichever way someone wants. But for Juror #9, this is exactly the point. The facts of this case can be twisted, and that's why the boy needs to go free.
Juror #9 starts getting riled up, but he needs to sit down because of the heat. He is really old, after all.
At this point, the rain starts coming down really hard. Jurors #1 and #8 have a chat. Juror #1 tells a story about his coaching gig at one of the local high schools. Meanwhile, Juror #7 happily gets the fan working.