The Stranger Beside Me - Chapters 40, 41 and 42 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 40, 41 and 42 Summary and Analysis

In April, Ted is charged with two more counts of forgery for the use of credit cards in Leon County, Florida, and he is also forced to submit to dental impressions for comparison to the bite marks left on coed Lisa Levy's buttock. Authorities still do not have enough definitive physical evidence to charge Ted with murder and continue to hold him on theft and fraud.

This stalled situation all changes on the evening of July 27 when Ted is formally charged with the attacks and murders of the girls in Tallahassee. When appearing in court on July 31st, Ted pleads not guilty to the charges and decides to represent himself. Ted is subsequently charged with the death of Kimberly Leach. In his typical style, Ted shows no emotion and launches an aggressive motion for his rights, including the use...

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