The Last Juror - Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary

Another year passed and Danny Padgitt was up for parole again. Willie has been banned from the proceedings, but planned to attend anyway. He wanted to take with him a mob of people that would be opposed to Danny's parole, but he found that the town feared trouble with the Padgitts. Baggy and the Sheriff were the only others to attend. Danny's parole was approved. The town was disappointed, but not outraged. Almost a decade had passed, and the townspeople's anger had mellowed, if not disappeared. Not long after Danny's release, Baggy tells Willie that Padgitt's release was bought from State Senator Theo Morton. Willie was shocked.

The gentlemen who want to buy the Times from Willie reappeared. They said that, after taxes, he'd walk away with a million dollars. Willie declined the offer again. When he arrived at Miss Callie's that week, Sam Ruffin...

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