As a juror, you will hear the closing arguments for each side in a case. Your goal is to find agreement amongst all of your fellow jurors to decide the case. Evidence about the case is provided to you by the defendant and the prosecution. As you discuss the case with other jurors, more evidence will appear on the table in front of you. At the end of each day, all jurors will vote on the case. If jurors disagree, you will weigh the evidence and move on to the next day. If all the jurors agree, the case will return to the judge. In the courtroom the judge will announce the outcome. You must come to an agreement within five days or the judge will declare a hung jury!