Presumed Innocent - Summer, Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

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Summer, Chapters 29-31 Summary

During lunch at Sandy's club, Rusty compliments his lawyer, especially in his deft handling of Horgan, but Sandy is cautious about the next critical testimony, which he sees as that of Dr. Kumagai. The physical evidence in the case is of central importance, and as an expert witness, Kumagai will say what he thinks happened at the crime scene. Sandy asks why Rusty did not want him to ask about how Rusty and Horgan met. Rusty explains that Horgan's law partner at the time had defended Rusty's father from tax evasion, which would did not bear mentioning in court, because Sandy earlier had referred to Rusty's father as a former "Yugoslavian freedom fighter." When Sandy goes to another table to greet a friend, Rusty daydreams about his father, whose parents had been killed during World War II. As a...

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