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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

Trumann gets a brilliant idea for the case. He figures out a way to put so much pressure on Mark that he will surely crack and speak up. Trumann heads to Foltrigg's office to announce the brilliant plan. Foltrigg and his assistants are working hard. Foltrigg is not afraid of hard work. He almost enjoys putting in 18-hour days. As he married a woman he did not love, because she had the right profile for his career, \ he did not care to be home early. He only cared to maintain a pretty family portrait that suited his career, and his wife was more than happy to exchange her services for the kind of salary Foltrigg brought home.

Foltrigg and his assistants figured out their game plan. It was simple. Every citizen has the duty to give testimony to aid the enforcement of the law, with no exceptions...

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