The 5th Horseman: A Novel - Study Guide Chapters 102-120 Summary & Analysis

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Part VI: The Verdict

Chapter 102:

Cindy is caught on the BART and is running late for court. She manages to get there on time and goes inside with Yuki. Cindy begins to take notes.

Chapter 103:

O'Mara begins her closing statement. She refers to Garza's bizarre phrase, "Sometimes a bad wind blows." O'Mara mentions Garza's action of taking the fifth and tries to convince the jury that Municipal is guilty of malpractice.

Chapter 104:

Yuki bumps into O'Mara in the ladies room. Yuki talks about Keiko. O'Mara brushes her off but Yuki tells herself it is just because she is focused entirely on the trial.

Chapter 105:

Kramer begins his closing statement. He thinks about how Garza may have lost the case for him. Before he can get very far into his argument, Friedlander stands up and begins to scream at Kramer. As Bevins tries to restore order...

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