The Client - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Slick goes to the court for the summons, looking like a weather-beaten reporter, but Judge Harry feels no sympathy for him. The judge tells Slick that he is there, because he has violated the confidentiality of Judge Harry's court preceding. In the process, he's affected the safety and well-being of a young child. The judge also makes it clear that that there are no criminal penalties for such actions, only contempt.

Judge Harry reads parts of Slick's article to him and asks him how he obtained the confidential information. Slick says that he had a source. The judge asks who the source was. Slick's lawyers quickly try to intercede, but Judge Harry quickly shuts them up and continues to question Slick about his source. The lawyers try to find legal fault with the judge's line of questioning, but Judge Harry refuses to give into them. He again asks Slick who...

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