What does the county attorney mean when he says, “But you know juries when it comes to women. If there was some definite thing. Something to show–something to make a story about–a thing that would connect up with this strange way of doing it–”?


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The county attorney is insinuating that the law is lenient in terms of women, that far more incriminating evidence would be necessary to convict Mrs. Wright for murder.

"..... you know juries when it comes to women."