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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31 Summary

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Chapter 31 Summary

With Herrera gone, Henry Vu is now the only member of the jury who gets up early and sits reading the paper in the Party Room, but this morning, Nicholas joins him. They talk briefly about his daughter at Harvard, and the topic moves to the trial. Easter reinforces the idea that they should stick together, as a mistrial would be disastrous and the time that they have spent there would be wasted. Henry agrees.

At 8 am, Fitch receives a call from Marlee in his office. She tells him that Lonnie Shaver has been bothering Easter and that he will be the next one to go. Fitch shamelessly pleads with her, asking her what she wants. She agrees to meet with him, alone. He agrees, takes down the address and makes his way there, somewhat liberated to be completely alone.

Once he arrives at the apartment, Marlee...

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