The Notebook - Courtrooms; An Unexpected Visitor; Crossroads; A Letter from Yesterday Summary & Analysis

Nicholas Sparks (author)
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Courtrooms; An Unexpected Visitor; Crossroads; A Letter from Yesterday Summary

Lon appears in front of a judge along with the other attorney involved in the case he's currently trying. The judge says that Lon's request - to postpone the remainder of the trial until Monday - is a strange request. He also says he doesn't like it and asks Lon again whether it has anything to do with the case. When Lon again assures him that it doesn't, that it's a purely personal nature, and the other attorney again says he doesn't mind the delay, the judge says that because Lon has never made such a request before and because Lon says that the matter really can't wait, he'll grant the delay. Minutes later, Lon is getting into his car and headed toward New Bern.

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