The Client - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Two officers escort Mark into the courtroom. Slick Moeller is lurking around the court to get the story. Mark is surprised about how small and simple the courtroom is. The hearing begins. Reggie begins with several objections. She objects that she was not given enough time to prepare. She objects to Mark's mother being absent. Judge Harry tells her that he will grant her a continuance, but Mark must remain in custody. Reggie declines the continuance. Fink attempts to comment on the objections, but Judge Harry quickly puts him in his place and lists several rules for Fink to follow. One ruling is that Fink is not to speak, unless spoken to.

Judge Harry warns Fink that they need to present a decent case that justifies holding the hearing. Fink assures the judge that they do. Although Reggie asks the judge to dismiss the hearing, the judge...

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