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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31 Summary

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Chapter 31 Summary

Foltrigg asks Fink about the grand jury subpoenas. Fink tells Foltrigg that he hand delivered them to the US marshal in Memphis and gave him instructions not to serve them, until he heard from Foltrigg. Foltrigg says that he does not think the local Memphis authorities will interfere with the US Marshal office, so they do not anticipate any problems. Fink asks Foltrigg why he would subpoena the lawyer, when he knows any information that she may hold is privileged. Foltrigg admits that it is pure harassment. Foltrigg jokes that Judge Harry will be lonely on Monday, as Mark and his lawyer will be in New Orleans. No one will show up at the hearing. Wally laughs, but Fink does not.

Doreen, the guard at the detention center, goes to check on Mark. He instantly turns into a zombie, when he hears her come in. A while...

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