Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

John Berendt
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Chapter 20 Summary

Williams continues to appear unconcerned regarding the status of his case. He is now being defended by Frank "Sonny" Seiler, an attorney born and raised in Savannah. Cook has had an unavoidable conflict in court dates. Sonny owns Uga, the University of Georgia's mascot, and has been the owner of all preceding Ugas as well. In his office in Armstrong House, Sonny points out the mistakes Cook made, such as hiding the homosexual aspect of the case from the jury. Sonny convinces Williams to confess his homosexual activity, and he will make sure the jury has no biases.

Sonny also addresses the tests done on Danny's gun. That particular model of gun, the German Luger, has an unusually heavy trigger pull, causing lots of jerk and erratically emitted gunpowder. No traces of gunpowder from Williams' gun were found on Danny's shirt, indicating Williams...

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