The Last Juror - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Willie describes the Times office, which is a very old building that came with his purchase of the paper. As old and cluttered as it was, he loved it. After the bail hearing, Willie returned to his office and discussed the hearing with a member of his staff, Baggy. Baggy assured Willie that they would not get sued. Baggy, who hung around the courthouse with his lawyer buddies, also told Willie that Danny was probably not being treated like a criminal in prison, but living the good life there instead, since his family owned the town's law enforcement. Willie decided to follow that lead and confirmed its truth with the Sheriff. In the paper's next edition, he ran a story about the bail hearing and the good life Danny was leading in prison. His article spurred an outcry from the community on the soft treatment...

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