Question: English & Literature

Why does Jake take on the case of defending Seth’s final will? What is significant about Jake’s role in this case?

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Asked from the Sycamore Row study pack
Answers
Jake takes on the role of defending Seth’s final will because Seth asked him to do it in a letter written the day before he died. This is the second high profile case for Jake and it places him in the public eyes much the way the Hailey case did. This case is also a paying case that will help Jake pay off some of the debts he incurred during the Hailey case.
bookragstutor | 210 days ago