|Juror 2 (maid)
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An unnamed maid was Juror 2 in the trial of Magnus McGilded for the murder of Mason Milverton. Two months later, she was once again called as a juror in the trial of Gina Lestrade for the murder of Pop Windibank.
- Main article: The Adventure of the Runaway Room
The maid was called as a juror in the trial of Magnus McGilded for the murder of Mason Milverton. During the trial, she deemed Magnus McGilded unclean and voted him guilty after seeing the knife used as the murder weapon. However, McGilded's defense attorney, Ryunosuke Naruhodo, soon changed her mind when he pointed out that the amount paid for the omnibus ride where the crime had taken place indicated that an additional person had been present. As the trial ended, she wished that "we could just close our eyes and dispose of all the filth."
- Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story
During Naruhodo's investigation of Pop Windibank's pawn shop, he saw a woman seemingly physically identical to the maid juror in a stereoscope image, albeit in a dress rather than her usual maid uniform.
Two months after her previous court appearance, the maid was once again called as a juror, this time in the trial of Gina Lestrade for the murder of Pop Windibank. She quickly discounted Nash and Ringo Skulkin as "eyesore trash" when they were called as witnesses, and was dismayed to hear about the shooting of Herlock Sholmes. The maid also revealed that she frequently passes through the East End of London in order to get groceries, where the beggars become thieves. Later, she decided that with only two bullets accounted for, the case was solved, until Naruhodo revealed that a third bullet had really struck Sholmes.
The maid juror was a stern and stoic woman with a strong distaste of uncleanliness, as well as those she considered "rubbish", such as criminals.