Guilt - Part IV, Chapters Thirty through Thirty-Six Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Part IV, Chapters Thirty through Thirty-Six Summary

Wes objects when Mark insists that Christina be included in his defense team but Mark says that he wants her because she, like Wes, believes in him. The pretrial motions turn into a fiasco with political factions coming into the mix. Mark's character is also going to be an issue though the judge rules that Chas Brown will not be allowed to testify about Mark's murder of the Vietnamese man because Brown did not see the actual crime. Wes is told by the judge that if he produces character witnesses on Mark's behalf, the prosecution may call Price to testify against Mark's character. When Wes is called away from the room they are using for defense, he returns to find that there is a high level of tension in the room. Actually, Mark...

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