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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

Foltrigg waits in great anticipation for Fink to call him after the hearing. Finally, Fink calls, and Foltrigg excitedly picks up the phone. Fink explains the events of the hearing. Foltrigg is crushed. Fink tells Foltrigg that it's obvious that the kid knows where the body is. Foltrigg regains his excitement. He blurts out to everyone that he knew it; he just knew it. Foltrigg decides that they must act right away to subpoena Mark and his lawyer and take them in front of a grand jury in New Orleans. Foltrigg thinks that will surely scare Mark into talking. Fink tells Foltrigg that they need to move fast on a witness protection program, because that must be in order before the kid will talk. They agree to work on that, right away.

An officer drops Mark off at the detention center, and Mark is taken back to...

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