The Client - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Reggie allows Mark to testify, but warns Fink that she will not tolerate abusive questioning. Mark takes the stand, and the judge begins to ask Mark questions. Mark is confused, because he has never seen a movie in which the judge is the one to ask all the questions. Mark answers the judge's questions and tells the whole story. The judge eventually gets to the important question, and Mark begins to stall. He asks the judge to explain what he means and does everything he can to dodge the questions. Eventually, he can no longer do that. He thinks about lying, but then remembers how, in the fourth grade, the cops came to his school and showed them how a polygraph test can detect liars. He worries that he will be found out, if the cops order a polygraph test.

The judge continues to ask Mark if...

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