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SANFORD, Fla. -- What is in the minds of the six jurors after delivering a not guilty verdict in theGeorge Zimmerman trial?

There is no way to know for sure, but First Coast News sat down with a woman who was almost one of the jurors to give some perspective on what she would have done if she were called.

"Right now I'm still undecided," said Angela McCray.

McCray still hasn't made up her mind about the Zimmerman trial. And she almost filled one of the six seats on the jury.

"I was juror B65," she said.

McCray made it through to the final rounds of questioning by admitting she didn't know much about either side.

"I didn't know much about the case, what was what, what was supposed to happen. This was my first time and it was a big one," McCray said.

Though she said attorneys on both sides wanted her on the jury, she told the judge $30 a day for jury duty couldn't support she and her 3 boys.

"My job wasn't going to pay the full time, so I got excused for hardship," McCray said.

Now she's tuned in to what's going on and said more than ever she would not want to be in the shoes of the six women deciding this case.

"I would, I would be scared and nervous," she said.