With the different law processes with "12 Angry Men," "Serial," and "In Cold Blood," it seemed quite fitting to talk about the law processes and what people's opinions have of the different aspects. In this video, Adam Foss discussed about the unfairness of some of the trials in our country, and how oblivious we are to better solutions. Adam watched how young men with hard backgrounds and who have gone through tough trials went through the most unfair trials due to various reasons. We've seen young adults be prosecuted and then the nation spends so much money making sure they are condemned to jail for 50 years, when we could have used that money to have prevented those wrong doings from happening in the first place. Racism can change the outcome of a trial drastically if there is enough. Even favoritism, or not being engaged in the trial at all. Something similar to this happened in "12 Angry Men." If it weren't for juror #8, that young man would have been tried unfairly, and he wouldn't have been able to change his life for the better. I think that's what we should focus on in trials. We need to see without bias, and have mercy. We're humans, so the least we can do towards another human is to let them fix their mistakes, because that's an opportunity all of us should have.