A Time to Kill - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

After three hours of sleep, Jake bolts awake on the morning of the trial and has Nesbit take him home for a shower and shave. Nattily dressed and back in his office, he goes through his case files, impressed by Ellen's organizational skills. At 5:00 Harry Rex arrives with a sack of biscuit sandwiches sent by Dell. He gobbles as Jake reviews cards and briefs and they talk about Ellen's credentials. The phone rings, and Harry humorously deflects a hate call meant for Jake. The latter calls Carla and brings her up to date, telling her that his only fear is of the twelve jurors chosen and what they will do to his client. Ellen arrives, looking "as much like a lawyer as a woman could look," according to Harry Rex. Over the remnants of breakfast, Jake briefs his two assistants, instructing Ellen to sit near the rail...

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