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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

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Chapter 33 Summary

Hoppy arrives at the Siesta Hotel for his personal visit with Millie. He sits down and tells her everything, playing up the drama with his suicidal thoughts and genuine tears. Millie is shocked, telling Hoppy that she was planning to vote for the plaintiff, weeping and saying that it is not fair. Hoppy agrees.

Before organizing the wire transfer, Fitch consults an expert from Washington, who agrees that Marlee definitely knows what she is doing when it comes to wire transfers. He calls the CEOs of the Big Four, instructing them all to wire two million each into the fund, and then makes the transfer, faxing the confirmation to a waiting Easter at the motel as per her instructions. Once done, he feels like a weight has been lifted off his shoulders - the verdict is bought, and so easily too.

At around eight on that Friday...

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