I just read this in an article on the Sandusky case, and it's very heartening, encouraging, appropriate:
"The impact of hearing so much highly charged, sexually oriented testimony in such a short time seems to have grabbed this jury by the throat. Normally, a jury group relaxes with each other after a couple of days. There are smiles, idle chit chat, and small courtesies evident as they enter and depart the courtroom. But these 12 jurors and four alternates appear different—engaged in the process to be sure, but decidedly solemn in their duty. There are no smiles, and they rarely take their eyes off the witness box to look over at the defendant."
It's in an article by a Diane Dimond. I don't recommend reading the article. She was writing about Thursday, Day 4.