A Time to Kill - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Boredom is quickly settling in on the jury now, the Temple Inn having become more a prison than a haven. Phones have been removed from the rooms, and there are no interesting magazines to read. Jurors play cards, buy sodas from the machine and discuss the trial. On the fourth day of the trial, Thursday, the courtroom is again filled, with Reverend Agee in the second row behind the Hailey family. Across from him are the families of the victims. Agee alternates sitting in the courtroom and running the outside demonstration. Courtroom duty feels safer, but he misses the cameras and reporters. Buckley opens the session by calling a pathologist from the state crime lab, who will use charts and autopsy photos to prove what everyone already knows, although Jake has already offered to stipulate to cause of death for each victim. In three hours of "prosecutorial...

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