The Runaway Jury - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

It is Sunday night and the jurors are once again allowed conjugal visits, since renamed 'personal visits' due to a protest by Phillip Savelle. Hoppy Dupree is the first to arrive with his chocolates and small bouquet and quickly goes to work on Millie, asking her about the trial and trying to discount the merits of the plaintiff's witnesses without making it obvious that he has an agenda.

Easter slips out at halftime of the football game that was being watched in the Party Room, and makes his way up to the next floor where he meets Marlee in the room she has booked under one of her many aliases. Without any words, they go to bed together. Originally, the two met when they both had different names, when Easter was in law school and Marlee was a waitress and heir to enough money to see her...

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