The Runaway Jury - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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It is Tuesday morning and Easter is the first to arrive at the jury room. He is followed by Colonel Frank Herrera and strikes up a conversation with him. They discuss the dangers of smoking and the Colonel makes it clear that he thinks that giving up is just a matter of willpower and that you would have to know that smoking three packs a day would kill you. Easter takes this opinion to heart, making it clear that he hasn't made up his mind about the case yet. The Colonel quickly agrees, saying that he could be persuaded, too.

Back at Fitch's office, Fitch is nervously watching the phone waiting for Marlee to call. Meanwhile, the briefcase camera has been shifted, and half of the jury cannot be seen, so Fitch sends an errand boy down to have it moved. Marlee never calls.

Court resumes and...

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