The juror's in the Casey Anthony Trial aren't talking but the foreman in a big trial here in Idaho is explaining how his jury reached a guilty verdict. George Tway was the jury foreman during the Daniel Ehrlick trial in Boise. The jury convicted Daniel Ehrlick of the first degree murder of 8-year-old Robert Manwill in just a little over two hours. Tway says he gives a lot of credit to the way all of the jurors, including the alternates who weren't a part of the deliberation, took notes and really paid attention during the trial. The trial lasted 28 days and spanned seven weeks.  Tway says that  Ehrlick's own comments to officers and on the stand, are what lead to his guilty vote.