The unattractive defendant was given a higher sentence than the attractive defendant.
 In another mock burglary trial, the jurors gave higher sentences to the unattractive defendant.
However, in the swindle trial, higher sentences were given to the attractive defendant.
It was hypothesised that the attractive defendant used her attractiveness in the swindle case, and the jurors held this with disapproval.
For negligent homicide, robbery, burglary, and civil negligence, unattractive defendants were sentenced higher than attractive defendants.
One study surveyed a series of mock jurors and found that 93% thought physical appearance should not be considered when evaluating guilt.
65.2% of men thought the defendant was guilty with an unattractive victim and 47.4% of women thought the defendant was guilty with unattractive victim. »