Trial court abused its discretion in removing a juror from the jury based on the juror’s inability to perform his or her duty. The trial court found that the juror considered information outside of the evidence that was admitted into trial, applied different and incorrect standards of the burden of proof, failed to follow the law and instructions as given, and considered punishment. The Court of Appeal found the trial court’s reasoning for discharging the juror was not manifestly supported by the evidence.