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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Wally Box called the office in New Orleans at least four times an hour to update them on the case and to convey communications back and forth from Foltrigg to his forty-seven assistants regarding all other cases. Soon enough, the entire office knew about Mark Sway and his story. Reporters from New Orleans called for comments from Foltrigg, but got nothing.

Mark finally has a chance to speak to his mother. He tells her about Reggie. Diane asks Mark, why they need a lawyer. Mark feels guilty and decides to tell her the whole story, except for the secret that Jerome told him. Dr. Greenway is also present, and both are skeptical that Mark is telling the truth, when he tells them that he just remembered these new details. Mark says that he must have gone into a mild sort of shock, just like Ricky. That is...

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