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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Ken and Ben make clear to Lonnie?
2. Where do Fernanadez and Easter head when they sneak out of the motel?
3. Why does Marlee request an immediate interview with Fitch?
4. How much of the winnings does Derrick ask for?
5. How does the author describe the replacement of Stella with Phillip?
Short Essay Questions
1. What message does Marlee provide to Fitch when she calls him on Monday morning?
2. What information about the trial do Ken and Ben share with Lonnie Shaver as before their meeting ends?
3. Why did Fitch hire Jumper to go with him when he is going to meet Marlee?
4. What happened to Leon Robilio as a result of smoking and how did he testify at the trial?
5. What does Marlee tell Fitch when she calls him this time and then what is the next step she takes?
6. How and when did Easter and Marlee meet?
7. What information do the lawyers at Whitney, Cable and White have on Easter?
8. Who has the jury selected to be the leader and how does the defense react to the decision?
9. What does Jankle testify to when he is called as a witness?
10. What does Fitch learn when he requests the jury records from two of his previous cases?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Make an evaluation as to how the author revealed the details about Easter and Marlee's relationship. Do you believe the information was revealed well? Why or why not? Do you feel the information was revealed at appropriate times? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
How does the author use the narrator to help the reader gain insight into characters? Do you believe this was an effective process? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
In what way was Judge Harkin self-important? Do you believe he was a fair judge? Why or why not? Do you believe he made mistakes? If so, what mistakes? If not, why not?
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