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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 40 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 40 Summary

The town was still on edge when Mo Teale's funeral took place. Willie decided not to attend and spend the time writing Mo's obituary. Lucien Wilbanks requested a meeting with the Sheriff through Harry Rex. He also requested that Willie not be a part of the meeting. Wilbanks told the Sheriff that Danny was not responsible for the killings, that he had alibis, and multiple people would vouch for Danny's whereabouts at the time of each of the killings. The Sheriff was skeptical and warned Wilbanks that if another person got shot, the entire town would explode in violence toward the Padgitts. The town almost erupted when two teenagers set off a bunch of fireworks on the front porch of one of the juror's homes.

Part 3, Chapter 40 Analysis

No more shootings have occurred, but the town remains jumpy and suspicious. In a meeting with the...

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