My Sister's Grave - Part 2: Chapters 37 - 43 Summary & Analysis

Robert Dugoni
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In Chapter 37, Judge Burleigh Meyers was the judge assigned to Edmund’s hearing. In a private meeting, Meyers told Clark and Dan that he would not allow the media to turn the hearing into a circus.

In Chapter 38, Tracy paid a visit to DeAngelo Finn, the retired lawyer who had defended Edmund as a favor to Judge Lawrence. It had been Finn’s last trial and he had taken it only because no one else would. Finn told Tracy that he did not have any guilt about the way he had conducted the trial. He also told Tracy that some answers could be painful. Tracy asked Finn if her father had asked him to throw the trial, but Finn did not answer the question. The narration notes that Tracy had always suspected her father had organized the false evidence against Edmund.

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