Presumed Innocent Setting & Symbolism

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Kindle County

Kindle County is an imaginary county somewhere in the Midwest where the entire action of the novel takes place.

County Building

The Kindle County Building is a dismal and institutionalized structure of "Dickensinian grimness" that houses the office of the prosecuting attorney, where must of the out-of-court action occurs.

McGrath Hall

McGrath Hall houses the police department headquarters. Rusty goes there on occasion to confer with police officers.

Nearing

Nearing is the town in Kindle County where Rusty, Barbara, and Nat Sabich live.

Courtroom

The courtroom is a jewel-like room of beautifully grained wood where the trial takes place.

Judge's Chambers

Judge Lyttle's chambers is a distinguished room, full of books and photos of the judge with politicians where the lawyers go for conferences with the judge.

North Branch

The North Branch is the police station in the 32nd District where Lionel Kenneally and several other...

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