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I needed to be convinced that they realised the cases were real and that we were dealing with people who had lost loved ones to a murderer.
I asked them all to keep in mind the victim’s relatives and not the convicted person’s relatives when considering their verdicts.
Renowned crime reporter Will Hanrahan helps the jury and the viewers to connect the dots.
Will is one of the most respected journalists around so we decided to chat to him about this, his latest unmissable project.
Snapped: Killer Couples is a gripping series that features couples whose passion drove them to commit terrible criminal acts.
WH: I would not say so – it’s a very simple format entirely based on what happens in a Court.
First the Prosecution, then the Defence, then the new evidence and then really good stuff – the Jury displaying the emotions and tensions of needing to reach a verdict.
Saying someone is not guilty of a murder when they have already been convicted by a real Jury should not be something done lightly.
If a juror was able to convince me they ‘got’ that, I was happy.