Mercy - Part Three, Chapter 20-21 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapter 20-21 Summary

The next morning, Graham asks for a continuance until after Angus's funeral. The continuance is granted. When Graham is finally able to begin his defense, he calls Bud Spitlick to the stand. Bud tells the jury what he told Allie and Graham before, about how Maggie expressed distaste at the idea of dying a long, lingering death and how Jamie was so concerned about Maggie that he once stood out in his front yard naked rather than have her taken in an ambulance alone. Maggie's doctor is the next defense witness. Again, the doctor tells the jury what he has already told Allie and Graham, mentioning the fact that Maggie's cancer would have spread and it would have shown up in places that could have caused unpleasant side effects. Pauline takes the stand next, talking about how...

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