A Time to Kill - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Day two of the trial begins with a hot, sunny morning, and all the "players" obediently take their places on the front lawn. The shouting gets underway as the news cameras roll. Buckley has grandly announced that he has no further questions, and Jake, rubber-legged with anxiety, approaches the jurors and drops a bombshell: Do any of you believe insanity should never be used as a defense? If we prove Carl Lee Hailey was insane when he shot Cobb and Willard, are any of you incapable of finding him not guilty? No hands go up, but he has confused them. On the other hand, he has them thinking "insanity." He has no further questions, declaring that "the panel looks fine to me."

Noose calls the attorneys to chambers and begins to summon jurors individually, questioning each about his or her position on the death penalty. Gerald Ault...

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