A Time to Kill - Study Guide Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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After an eight-hour sleep, the first in weeks, Jake showers in the office and dresses in Stan Atcavage's suit. He returns to the Coffee Shop where the regulars wish him luck. When someone mentions that the black demonstration must scare the jurors, Jake hopes so. He retires to his balcony, drinking coffee and reminiscing about the simple, peaceful life he used to enjoy. He thinks that he was not meant for the big-time. The crowd again grows, to Jake's satisfaction.

This time, as the jurors' bus arrives, it is escorted by soldiers, and Ozzie personally escorts the jurors through an armed human passageway into the courthouse. Eula Dell Yates continues to cry, as she has been doing lately, finally claiming that she cares nothing for the verdict. She just wants this to end. Clyde Sisco finds opportunities to hold her hand and soothe her. A "soft guilty...

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