The Stranger in the Woods - Chapters 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Michael Finkel
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In Chapter 25, Pages 163 through 171, this section opens with Knight’s hearing in the courtroom. The date is October 28, 2013. The solution that the DA, the court-appointed defender, and the judge have agreed to is a plea of guilty to 13 counts of burglary. Many of the burglaries are beyond the six-year statute of limitations and many more were never reported. Rather than serve a prison sentence, Knight will complete a program that substitutes counseling and monitoring for prison time. This is the Co-Occurring Disorders and Veterans Court. His co-occurring disorders are alcoholism and one of three possible diagnoses: Asperger’s, depression or schizoid personality disorder. Knight pleads guilty and states he knows what he’s agreeing to. He must complete seven months in jail, which means he has one more week. He needs to go to counseling, call his case manager every day and appear...

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