Presumed Innocent - Spring, Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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Spring, Chapters 9-11 Summary

Chapter 9 begins with Rusty telling Robinson that eventually Wendell McGaffen had to go on the witness stand to counteract the tearful defense of Wendell's mother by his father. Rusty reports that Carolyn conducted the examination beautifully. There was no doubt in anyone's mind that the boy was telling the truth about something that he understood was wrong. Rusty gave an impassioned closing statement and then he and Carolyn went out as they waited for the verdict. They had drinks and Rusty noticed she was older than the lotions and exercises made her look, but that did not bother him. The jury returned a verdict of guilty on all counts. Rusty and Carolyn had more drinks and finally, they went back to her apartment and made love. Rusty tells Robinson that this was the moment when he knew he was...

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