The Rooster Bar - Chapters 21 - 23 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, while talking with a friend from law school at a bar, Mark saw Hadley Caviness. She was a prosecutor he had seen in the courtroom. After his friend left, Hadley approached Mark. They chatted and Mark lied about the law school he attended as well as his background in law. After only a short conversation, Hadley invited Mark to her apartment where he spent the night. The next day at the courthouse, Hadley told Mark she could get Benson’s charge reduced to simple speeding.

In Chapter 22, Mark met with Benson in a coffee shop to tell him that he had gotten his charge reduced. After they finished the paperwork, Benson asked Mark if he took on bigger cases and mentioned to Mark that he had a cousin whose baby had died. The family believed the death was the result of...

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