The Last Juror - Part 1, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 10 Summary

The defense lawyer for Danny Padgitt filed a motion for change of venue. On the day of the hearing, Willie was in the courtroom, early as usual. The court listened to the testimony of a resident of a nearby town who knew about the murder and already had an opinion about it. Then, to Willie's surprise, the defense called Willie to the stand. He answered questions about the stories he ran on the Kassellaw murder, who his sources were, and why he presented the stories the way he did. After he was dismissed from the stand, Willie returned to his seat, humiliated.

Part 1, Chapter 10 Analysis

Once again, Willie is pitted against the Padgitts by being called to testify during the change of venue hearing. Padgitt's lawyer is making the argument that Danny could not get a fair trial in this county, because of the newspaper...

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