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The Stranger Beside Me Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21, 22 and 23 Summary

Ann Rule
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Chapters 21, 22 and 23 Summary and Analysis

Ted's aggravated kidnapping trial involving Carol DaRonch begins on January 23, 1976. Ted's extreme confidence in the courtroom unnerves Carol DaRonch who appears a hesitant witness at best. Ted is ultimately convicted for the charge and is remanded to jail in Salt Lake City to await sentencing in March. Ann receives many letters from Ted bemoaning the austere conditions in which he finds himself. As the March sentencing date approaches, the judge delays the proceedings for three months to allow for psychiatric testing of Ted to be held at Utah State Prison at Point-of-the-Mountain in Draper.

Ann is granted permission to visit Ted and Ted tells Ann about the psychiatric tests, many of which Ted administered to others as a psychology student in Washington. After the visit, Ann is firmly convinced that the authorities have locked up the wrong man in connection with the case...

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