Ladislaus Bus-Fekete, a Hungarian author responsible for many Hollywood stories, wrote a play which Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur adapted for the US stage. It was turned into this film, with less than glowing results, by screenwriter Edith Sommer. Two stories take place side by side as
Rogers and Morgan are jurors at a murder trial. Much of the action takes place in the jury room and the secondary characters are more interesting than the stars. Rogers is a divorcee, Morgan is a married man, and in the course of the trial the two fall in love, then go their separate ways when
their jury duty is over. All the laughs come from the others on the love-nest triangle pa...