Santa Fe Rules - Chapters 29-33 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 29-33 Summary

In chapter 29, the district attorney presents his case, which is based mostly on the witness who claims to have seen Wolf in the guest bedroom the night of the murders, and a waitress who claims to have seen Wolf dine with James Grafton. When Wolf sees a picture of Grafton for the first time during the arraignment, he tells Ed something. Ed puts Wolf on the stand and he tells the courtroom that he knew Grafton as Dan O'Hara, a friend of Julia's who had written a movie script. Wolf admits to meeting with the man and setting up an appointment for him with a studio that later bought his script. After all the evidence is presented, the judge releases Wolf on one hundred thousand dollars bail. In chapter 30, Ed takes Wolf to breakfast and explains how he plans to proceed with the case. Ed...

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