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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

The trial hits a snag on Wednesday morning due to another one of the countless motions made by the defense to prohibit the testimony of one of the plaintiff's experts. With no jury present, Wendall Rohr loses his temper and argues against the motion. While this is going on, the jurors wait in the jury room.

The jurors are chatting quietly in their little groups divided by gender, and the only man talking to a woman is Easter, who is quietly discussing the case with Loreen Duke, a large black lady, who is taking in every word as he tells her how he studied tobacco litigation for most of his two years in law school. The only jurors not talking are Herman Grimes, who continues to 'read' the diagrams shown by Bronsky the previous day, Lonnie Shaver, who does business on his laptop and Herrera, who is...

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