Presumed Innocent - Spring, Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Spring, Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

Chapter 18 is preceded by a court form that shows Rusty has been formally charged with the murder of Carolyn. It is a hot day in July and Rusty is meeting with his lawyer, Alejandro "Sandy" Stern, and Sandy's assistant attorney, Jamie Kemp. The arraignment will be held that afternoon. Rusty is feeling panicky and full of incomprehension and rage. Sandy points out that Nico Della Guardia is not seeking the death penalty. News of the case is in all the local and national media. Among witnesses Nico has subpoenaed are Horgan, Rusty's secretary, Eugenia, and Robinson. Aside from the fingerprints on the glass and the phone records, the evidence against Rusty includes spermatozoa of Rusty's blood type in Carolyn's genitalia and malt-colored carpet fibers on Carolyn's clothing that match samples taken from carpeting in Rusty's home. Sandy asks Rusty...

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