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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17 Summary

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Chapter 17 Summary

Foltrigg and his men arrive at their office in New Orleans and jump right into a meeting. Foltrigg asks one of his researchers, Bobby, what he has found regarding ways to get the needed information from Mark Sway. Bobby explains that there are two possible courses of action. The first consists of creating a petition accusing the child of misconduct, and therefore, a hearing will be held. Foltrigg, Bobby and the others discuss what accusation they can come up with to hold against Mark, like obstruction of justice. Once the kid is on the stand, the judge may be able to force him to speak, if they convince the judge that he knows something important.

Foltrigg likes this plan, particularly because hearing for these kinds of cases can remain confidential and outside of the realm of the media. Foltrigg worries that media coverage could be harmful, as...

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