Angela Davis - Part 6, Bridges Summary & Analysis

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Part 6, Bridges Summary and Analysis

The jury selection begins for Angela's trial. Angela, as a part of the defense team, is involved in the voir dire as the team seeks to uncover any biases. They select the best mix that they feel they could have by March 14. On March 27, when the court recesses for lunch, they find out that the Soledad Brothers have been acquitted. The prosecution was building its case on the basis of Angela's passion for George and that this motivated her to violence.

On the trial's second day, when they arrive at the courthouse, they find a large crowd and a lot of sheriff's deputies around and find out that an escape attempt in the men's jail. The security measures are relaxed enough to allow the trial participants into the courtroom where the trial is adjourned until the next day. Newspaper...

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