Presumed Innocent - Spring, Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Spring, Chapters 3-5 Summary

Chapter 3 begins at an indistinct point in time, "when it was all over," as Rusty puts it. This apparently refers to the entire case involving Carolyn's death, which puts the chapter in the future, with the characters looking back on the past. Rusty is seeing a psychiatrist named Robinson, whom he tells that Carolyn is the most exciting woman he has ever known and he fell in love with her. He describes the case on which he was working with Carolyn at her death. It involved a banker named Darryl McGaffen whose gangster brother, Joey, was laundering money through Darryl's bank, without Darryl's knowledge. Several years earlier, the three-year-old daughter of Darryl and his wife had died when she fell from a terrace at Joey's home. When Darryl's wife brings their five-year-old boy to the doctor to treat him...

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