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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary

One midnight in 1978, Willie received a call from a fellow reporter in Memphis who asked if he was covering the Danny Padgitt parole hearing. Willie had no idea the hearing was scheduled. Apparently, Padgitt's two consecutive life sentences had been changed to concurrent, and he was now eligible for parole. Willie attended the hearing. When he arrived, the chairman of the Parole Board asked him what he was doing there. Willie argued with the Board for his right to be there. They finally compromised, and he was able to stay as a witness for the "other side," but not to report on the proceedings. As the only witness, Willie had the opportunity to argue against parole being granted. At the conclusion of the proceedings, the Board voted against release and Danny went back to prison.

Part 3, Chapter 33 Analysis

Again, the Padgitt case re-emerges. He is...

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