The Runaway Jury - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Fitch keeps Easter under surveillance, following him to the deli, home and then fishing with Jerry Fernandez, another juror. Despite the constant surveillance, Easter is not seen meeting with the girl who wrote the note. Swanson assures Fitch that she will be in contact within the week. That Monday morning, Marlee calls with another message - Fernandez, juror number 12, will walk into court with a copy of Sports Illustrated under his arm.

Back in the jury room, Easter grabs the other jurors' attention by loudly asking whether anyone was bribed last night. The other jurors are intrigued by this comment and listen intently as Easter goes on to describe how as potential jurors they were watched by both sides, and how jury tampering had taken place in other tobacco trials. He tells them how jury consultants are even watching them while court was in session, and convinces...

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