: A jury renders a verdict contrary to the facts.
- Bob has been acquitted in spite of a mountain of evidence against him.
- Bob has been convicted even though no evidence existed against him.
- Bob has been acquitted even though he confessed and pleaded guilty.
- Bob has been convicted even though the real culprit turned himself and came to the court to confess.
- Downplayed: There is some holes in the jury verdict.
- Inverted: The verdict mirrored exactly the facts.
- Subverted: At a first glance, the jury rendered a stupid verdict but, after analysis, the verdict was in fact waterproof...
- Double Subverted: ..until we learn the jury neglected to consider crucial piece of evidence which have been introduced during the end of the trial.
- Parodied: Bob get convicted even though they were only inculpatory evidence and they had a spontaneous confession from the real guilty who, moreover , committed the crime right before their eyes.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: ???
- Enforced: ???
- Lampshaded: "Have these jurors flunked the intelligence tests?"
- Invoked: The defense manages to throw out any competent jurors and technically legal, but incredibly nitpicky grounds.
- Exploited: The defense manages, somehow, to convince the jury that the victim was actually an imaginary friend of the defendant. The jury unanimously acquits.
- Defied: The Judge make sure the morons get screened out the jury.
- Discussed: "Objection! Your Honor, I object on the grounds that the jury is a gaggle of jerkoffs!
- Conversed: ???
- Deconstructed: Due to the verdicts rendered by the Common Nonsense Jury, the confidence in the justice reach low points.
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