The Last Juror - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary

Danny Padgitt's defense team ended up withdrawing their motion for change of venue. Baggy said it was because they knew Padgitt was guilty, and the family would find it easier to buy a jury in Ford County than anywhere else.

Willie went back to Callie and Esau's for lunch. This time, Callie wanted to talk about religion. She asked Willie if he was a Christian. She told him about her church and asked Willie a number of questions about his religious practices. She concluded that she was not sure he was a Christian, and she was concerned about his soul. Willie asked to change the subject. After lunch, they pulled up rocking chairs and Willie continued his interview about her and her family.

Part 1, Chapter 11 Analysis

In this chapter, we learn that the change of venue hearing was just a ploy by the defense, partly...

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