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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary

A small service takes place for Clifford, attended by Muldanno, Foltrigg, a bunch of lawyers and judges, and the media. Foltrigg leaked to the media that Muldanno would be at the service, so that he could get some media coverage. Clifford had no family, therefore, the service was small, and there were no tears.

As he is leaving, Foltrigg is approached by the media, who want to ask him questions. He lies and says he has to be in court in fifteen minutes, his standard answer, but that he will give them a minute or two. He answers their questions, and then says that he has to rush off and leaves in a hurry.

By noon, Mark is ready to escape from his jail, but he finds no way out. He thinks about the great jail escape movies he has watched and thinks he can figure out...

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