Close to Home - Chapters 13 - 17 Summary & Analysis

Robert Dugoni
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In Chapter 13, Leah Battles, a lawyer who worked for the Navy, was in a Krav Maga class when her work cell phone rang. Even though she did not want to miss the rest of her class, she also did not want to miss the opportunity to be in the middle of a courtroom battle.

Meanwhile, Tracy paid a visit to Shaniqua Miller’s home to tell her that the man who had been driving the car that had killed D’Andre had been arrested. He would be booked into King County Jail. His first court appearance would be the following afternoon.

Leah rode her bike to the Seattle Police Department. She believed that if she was already involved in the case that she might get named Trejo’s lawyer. She had already decided she wanted the case if the Navy got jurisdiction. Waiting...

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