neptune - why would you write the letter? What are you hoping to get out of it? Do you want the jurors to feel bad? Why? Because YOU didn't get what YOU wanted? This case has nothing to do with you. You weren't personally affected. The verdict doesn't make your life any better or worse. What makes you think it's okay to write a letter criticising how someone did their civic duty, when you weren't there to observe them, you weren't in any of their discussions, you didn't see everything or hear everything they saw and heard? But you'd write to them at their private residence despite this. No wonder people want to get out of jury duty so much when there are people like you around.
If you want to write to someone, write to the prosecutor's office. But what are you going to say? If there's no evidence there to discover, it's not there. Sometimes people get away with committing crimes based on sheer luck, it snows, footprints are covered etc. This isn't a TV show, in real life, sometimes there just isn't enough evidence to convict. Do you want them to create evidence out of thin air? Or only when it suits you?
I hope you never serve on a jury, because I think you'd base your verdict on so much more than the evidence presented.
You sound like a crazy person.