The Pact - Study Guide Part Three, The Truth: Now, May 1998 and Then, November 7, 1997 Summary & Analysis

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May 1998. Jordan begins his defense by calling a physician's assistant from the hospital who testifies that she washed Emily's hands, the assumption being that she washed away any gunpowder residue before the detectives could run their tests. Jordan then calls a doctor who specializes in suicidal teenagers. This doctor tells the jury that it is possible for Emily's depression to have come on quickly and for there to be no outward signs. The doctor also says that suicidal teens often give away prized possessions in the time before they die, and the watch Emily bought Chris could be a part of this behavior. The doctor also testifies that he read a profile on both Emily and Chris and believe that they are likely candidates for something he calls fusion, in which...

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