The Last Juror - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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On Tuesday morning, the trial began. The District Attorney presented his opening statements. The defense attorney unexpectedly deferred his opening remarks. The first witness was Sheriff Coley. He was on the Padgitt payroll, but was also up for re-election. He described the crime scene and showed photos of Rhoda's corpse. Willie kept his eyes on Callie, who was obviously disturbed by the photos and seemed to be praying. The second witness was Rhoda's sister, Ginger, from Missouri. Following her were two forensic pathologists. Later, Ginger stopped by Willie's office. He had interviewed her over the phone after the murder. Now, she wanted to see her sister's house, and Willie offered to drive her there. They parked out front, and she asked Willie to recount the crime for her. They drove around for a while and ended up at Willie's apartment, where they talked until two...

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