The Dreams of Ada - Chapter 12, Trial by Jury Summary & Analysis

Bob Mayer
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Chapter 12, Trial by Jury Summary and Analysis

Jury selection began September 9. The selection lasted two days, less time than both sides suspected it would take. On the third day, testimony was to begin. The entire Ward family, except for Marvin, were forced to leave since they were to be called as witnesses and could not be present in the courtroom until they had given their testimony. The prosecution began his case by calling an insurance man who testified that Joel Ward, Tommy's brother, owned a truck like the one used in the disappearance of Denice Haraway. The next was a neighbor of the Wards who testified to having seen Tommy in a grey pickup on several occasions. The prosecution also called character witnesses for Denice Haraway in order to establish that Denice Haraway was not the type to run away. Denice Haraway's...

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