Presumed Innocent - Summer, Chapters 32-34 Summary & Analysis

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Summer, Chapters 32-34 Summary

Chapter 32 opens with a battle in court over the prosecution's continued failure to find the glass. Nico and Molto argue that the testimony of people who saw the glass and the lab report is enough, and that to not admit their testimony because of police department negligence in losing the glass would be improper. Lyttle reluctantly rules to admit the testimony. In the restroom, Rusty encounters Nico, who asks him if he killed Carolyn. Rusty firmly denies it. Before the testimony of the fingerprint expert, Maurice Dickerman, the judge instructs the jury that the absence of the glass entitles them to raise reasonable doubt in their minds about Rusty's guilt, if they so choose. Sandy follows up this blow by asking Dickerman if Molto compared the five other, unidentified prints found in the apartment to see if they came...

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