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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

During a meeting with Cable, Fitch expresses what he doesn't like about the way that the case is being defended - Jankle's theory of the abuse of cigarettes and the fact that Cable was the only lawyer handling the questioning. However, after an argument over who is better qualified to decide how the case runs, the two both agree that the defense's case should be short and not run longer than three days. Fitch slams the door as he leaves the office and growls at the other staff as he leaves the building. Once in the car, he gets updates on the hunt for information on Marlee - still coming up dry, but they have tracked down one of Easter's law school buddies and are arranging a meeting with him. Fitch wonders why Marlee hasn't called him today, and as they drive past a convenience store, longs...

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