Andy Mello (Juror #5)
Juror #5 (Andy Mello): He's the youngest guy on the jury. He's a little intimidated by his elders, some of whom are pretty intimidating. He's not a slum kid, but he grew up there. He knows the territory. He's a good kid. He takes his responsibility seriously. And perhaps because of his background he is one of the first to sympathize with the defendant. He also knows a thing or two about using switchblades, and that turns out to be useful. I say no more.
Juror #6 (Marc Bonenfant). This guy paints houses. He doesn't talk much or match wits with contestants on NPR radio quizzes. I don' tthink he would listen to public radio even if there had been such a thing in his time. He wouln't stand out in a crowd, and he doesn't really want to. You wouldn't ask him to be a graduation speaker. But he's a fine listener, and without many chips on his shoulders. He's alert, and pays attention. Kind of like a forest animal. He can hold his ground when he needs to.