'I' Is for Innocent Topics for Discussion

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Who is Kinsey Millhone? Why is she moving into offices at the law firm of Lonnie Kingman? What case does Kingman ask Kinsey to review and for what reason? Why does Kinsey accept the case? What does Kinsey do for a living? What is her connection to the case she is investigating? Why is Kinsey surprised by how much Lonnie is offering to pay her?

Who is David Barney? What is he accused of doing? Why does Kinsey believe he is guilty? Why does Kinsey begin to doubt his guilt? Does Barney have a strong alibi? Why was Barney not found guilty in court? Who says that Barney admitted his guilt? Why would Barney do this? Why did Barney not have a stronger alibi for the night of the crime? Should he have? Could he have? What are Barney's motives for the crime?

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