The Runaway Jury - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Chapter 4 begins in Nicholas Easter's apartment, where he is carefully reading and completing the questionnaire given to him by the jury selectors. He pores over each question, being careful with both his questions and his handwriting so as not to give the lawyers any idea of his true feelings on the matter. He has completed a questionnaire like this before, for a similar case. At that time his name was David and he tried to be as elusive as he was being now. He just missed out on being on that jury.

The action then returns to the courtroom where Judge Harkin continues to dismiss people for medical reasons. Once he is finished, Wendall Rohr gives his opening statements to the jury, and we see the plaintiff, Celeste Wood, for the first time. Rohr questions the jurors about serving on a jury before. He comes across Mrs...

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