The Runaway Jury - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Fitch travels to New Orleans to meet with Marlee. He has hired Jumper, the deputy who she passed the note through the week before, as one of his men, so that he could alert him as soon as she entered the building. Fitch waits at the table and she appears without warning, and takes a seat across from him. Fitch takes in her appearance and asks if she is hungry. She replies that she isn't and quickly moves on to business, indicating to Fitch that she is aware that his people are photographing her.

They discuss Easter, and Marlee admits that he is her contact inside the jury, but does not reveal their actual relationship. A waiter has been paid by Fitch to remove anything that Marlee touches, but she is careful and keeps her hands tucked under her chin. Fitch tenders the question of money for...

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