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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 34 Summary

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Chapter 34 Summary

McThune has to leave a quiet Saturday morning with his family, when he finds out about Mark going missing. He calls K.O. Lewis, Trumann and Ord to inform them. Then McThune, Ord and some other men meet to discuss the case. An officer tells them what they know so far about Mark's disappearance, which is little. There are several problems. First, why was Mark taken to the hospital without police supervision? Second, why did it take eight hours to notice that he had gone missing? And third, why would Foltrigg do a stupid thing like subpoena Mark and call him to face the grand jury in New Orleans? McThune did not know about the subpoena, and he is shocked that Foltrigg would piss off Judge Harry, because everyone knows that Mark is under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court. The officers agree to keep an eye...

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