Presumed Innocent - Fall, Chapter 40 and Closing Argument Summary & Analysis

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Fall, Chapter 40 and Closing Argument Summary

Most of the furniture is gone from Rusty's house and Barbara has moved to Detroit with Nat. Rusty had considered going to live near them but instead he has decided to stay in Kindle County and take an apartment in the city. He has received a Christmas card from Marty Polhemus, which causes him to think of his father, to whom he never wrote after Rusty's mother died. A woman called Wanda who had lived with Rusty's father called eight years earlier to say he had died. The doorbell rings and Lip is there, carrying a Christmas present. Rusty opens it to find the fingerprinted glass. Lip explains that he had taken the glass to Dickerman, the fingerprinting expert, and then got a call that the test was done. He went to pick up the...

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