George Andrews, young, married textbook salesman who lives in the suburbs with his wife and two children, is accused of raping and murdering a 15-year-old schoolgirl. He is tried for the crime, not only by a jury of his peers in the courtroom, but by the jury of his friends and neighbors. Is he guilty? What do you think? You are the third jury.
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George Andrews, a textbook salesman in his mid-thirties, lives in the suburbs with a lovely wife, two small children who love and adore him, and wonderful friends and neighbors. One day a horrible crime takes place. A young high school girl of fifteen is raped and murdered in the woods adjacent to the school. George was in the school, selling textbooks, at the time the crime took place. Circumstantial evidence points to him as the perpetrator. Is he guilty? Friends and neighbors, even his wife, become part of the jury that tries him before the trial in the courtroom can even take place. In the end, there are three juries. You, the readers and audience, are the third jury. What is your verdict?