Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age - Chapter 10 "Judgment Day" Summary & Analysis

Kevin Boyle
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Chapter 10 "Judgment Day" Summary

Darrow and Hays request that the defendants be released on bail and that they have separate trials. White isn't happy because they have to pay the legal fees for a second trial. They all leave Detroit for their respective homes and a series of rallies begin as the NAACP begins to raise funds for the upcoming trials. Darrow also helps them raise money by appearing in Harlem.

The request for bail made by Darrow and Hayes is granted by Murphy but the bail is set at $5,000 each. The Sweets can't pay it so Sweet is still in jail. Sweet is finally released on December 3. Hayes wants him to live at Garland Avenue but he doesn't want to. He moves into the apartment that Gladys rented. Sweet and Gladys visit New York for the NAACP annual meeting and...

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