A Time to Kill - Study Guide Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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On Friday afternoon, Jake slips into the clerk's office and quickly surveys the Carl Lee Hailey file. He notes that nothing has been added since his motion to withdraw. Leroy Glass is still in jail, facing a bond of $10,000 that his family cannot raise. Jake has connections and could spring Glass, but he needs Leroy to stay in jail. Leroy explains the convoluted situation that brought him to jail, and Jake thinks what a circus his trial will be. Then, he inquires whether Leroy has betrayed his confidence about Carl Lee's case, and he is assured Leroy has not. He adds the new information that nothing has been added to Carl Lee's file all week, reminding Leroy not to say anything. He goes on to assert that Carl Lee will be convicted because of the busy, big-time lawyer he has hired, but he draws the line at...

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