A Time to Kill - Study Guide Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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On Sunday morning Jake finds nothing in the newspapers about his resumption of the Hailey case. He hopes to make the news tomorrow. Until he is publicly resurrected, he will hide himself. He imagines how the Sullivan crew will find out that they are no longer needed, and he relishes the anger and frustration it will bring. Jake plans to write a letter to Judge Noose and send a copy to Buckley.

Jake phones Lucien and shares the news, requesting that Lucien quickly find him a psychiatrist, "a cheap one who'll say anything." At breakfast Carla repeats last night's concerns about the threats, the burning cross and the potential for violence. Jake suggests that she and Hanna visit her parents in North Carolina until the trial is over, but she has no intention of being away from him for six weeks. Changing the subject, she asks whether...

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