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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 17 Summary

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Part 1, Chapter 17 Summary

After Lydia Vince's testimony, the District Attorney Gaddis and Henry Rex met to lament over her story. They were convinced she was lying and set out to prove it. They knew that Vince's testimony could easily lead to a hung jury, and then Padgitt would go free. They found Mr. Vince, Lydia's estranged husband, and had him subpoenaed to appear in court the next morning. He testified that she had no job, was buying lots of new stuff, and he couldn't understand how she was paying her rent. He also told the court that the reason they were divorcing was that Lydia was a lesbian. Then the defense reluctantly let Danny testify. The District Attorney relished his opportunity to cross-examine Danny and shot holes all through his testimony. As Danny was leaving the witness stand, he pointed at the jurors and threatened to come and...

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