Mostly, people who do jury service don't actually talk about it widely, especially as you are told not too, at least the cases anyway. Unlike the US, jurors are bound to secrecy even after the verdict.
My experiance was, that for the cases I sat on the Jury for, the Jurors took it very seriously, and did take the line that, well he might be as guilty as hell, but the prosecution haven't proved it. There was absolutely no, well he's such a nice boy he can't possibly have done it. It was all about the evidence.
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