Defending Jacob - Part Two: Chapters 9 – 11 Summary & Analysis

William Landay
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In Chapter 9, “Arraignment,” Jonathan Klein represents Jacob in the courtroom. Logiudice makes a point of telling the judge how much he admires Barber, but then tries to have a ridiculously high amount of bail assigned to the case. He also tries to get Klein thrown out as Jacob’s lawyer because of Klein’s affiliation with Patz, a suspect in the case at one time. The judge sets the bail at $10,000 and approved Klein as Jacob’s lawyer. The case is assigned to Judge French for trial. When the family returns home, someone had written on their home in black paint accusing them of being hated murderers. Laurie spends the afternoon scrubbing the words off the wall.

In Chapter 10, “Leopards,” Barber, Laurie and Jacob meet with Klein in his office for the first time. It is during this visit that Laurie brings...

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