The Nix - Part Eight: Search and Seizure Summary & Analysis

Nathan Hill
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We start with Charlie Brown, who now goes by Charles, in 2011. He is still living a mostly separate life from his wife even though they have been together all these years. He is in a wheelchair now, still working hard only now he is a judge. He is happy to have this case because he still harbors feelings of hatred towards Faye. He is excited to watch her receive a horrible punishment. He refers to Faye’s case as a gift (466), and he considers getting this case to be a reward for his lifetime of suffering. He is also happy to have such an important case because it will delay his retirement, which is a milestone he is afraid of since he does not know how to spend time with his wife. Charles imagines trying to travel with his wife...

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