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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

On a hunch, Fitch has the jury records from two of his previous cases flown in to Biloxi. He scrutinizes the files of a David Lancaster and Perry Hirsch, both of whom are hard to find information on during the trials, and both of whom vanished after the trials. In both cases, neither man managed to get on the jury. Thinking that these two men and Easter might be the same man, he studies photographs of all three, and believes himself to be right. A handwriting expert confirms that all three men are the same man, and that he is an intelligent man as well.

Back at the Siesta Inn, the jurors are allowed their conjugal visits and some are visited by their loved ones. Angel Weese entertains her boyfriend, Phillip Savelle has an unseen guest, Gladys Card watches TV in her room with her husband and...

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