Close to Home - Chapters 18 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Robert Dugoni
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In Chapter 18, Leah remembered that her mother had once warned her to be careful what she wished for. She had wanted Trejo’s case, but it was consuming her. The base’s commanding officer wanted the prosecution to make a strong showing at the Article 32 hearing to try to convince the public that the Navy was not just simply trying to protect Trejo. Meanwhile, Cho had charged Trejo with a variety of offenses including unpremeditated murder, involuntary manslaughter, negligent homicide, and leaving the scene of an accident. After watching the convenience store video, Leah knew that she could not win the case. She tried to discuss a plea with Trejo but he was not interested. He insisted the man in the video was not him. Both Cho and Stanley were shocked that Trejo would not take the plea agreement he had been offered...

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