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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 16 Summary

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Part 1, Chapter 16 Summary

The next day, the prosecution presented the bloody white shirt that Danny was wearing when he was arrested. However, the investigator that presented the testimony was known to be incompetent and was hammered by the defense. At noon, Willie met Ginger and they had lunch together. During the afternoon testimony, the prosecution presented Mr. Deece as his last witness. His testimony was intensely upsetting. Willie saw Ginger wiping tears from her eyes and Calia praying during his testimony.

Then the defense began their presentation, saying what a wonderful man Danny Padgitt was. They claimed that he had an airtight alibi. Their first witness was Lydia Vince, who said she was having an affair with Mr. Padgitt behind her husband's back. Baggy and Willie knew she was lying. On cross-examination, the prosecution showed how doubtful her story was, but Willie worried that now the jury had...

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