The Client - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

This chapter opens with The Honorable J. Roy Foltrigg, the United States attorney for the southern district of Louisiana. He's driving up to Memphis in his fully equipped van instead of taking a plane, because he has a secret fear of flying. With him are his assistant attorney, Thomas Fink, special agent Truman, who was on the phone with Memphis FBI, and special agent Skipper Scherff. The chauffeur is Wally Boxx, and Foltrigg's right hand man. He hangs on Foltrigg's every word and move, hoping to one day tag along to the top with Foltrigg, whom he is sure is headed for big things.

Memphis FBI agents tell them about Jerome's suicide letter, and they discuss other details of the case. The men complain about how this will delay the case at least six months. Fink talks about how he and Romey went to law school together...

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