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Vernon God Little Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Chapter 6 Summary

D.B.C. Pierre
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Act 1, Chapter 6 Summary

Vernon figures he is doomed, being represented by the slimy, fat, court-appointed attorney from God-knows-where who talks so fast Vernon calls "Ricochet Abdini." Funerals and Vernon's age mean no media are present. However, Vaine watches, as Vernon is led in to a courtroom that smells like his first-grade classroom to make defendants regress and fall in line. Mom cannot make it, so Vernon is spared the psycho-knife. The stenographer and guard stare daggers at Vernon, who contemplates bail jumping and a run to the border. Judge Helen E. Gurie takes the bench and pounces on Vaine for seeking an indictment on fingerprints alone. Vaine claims that new information that came to their attention last night is also insufficient. That is, unless they have slipped into a parallel universe and left the judge behind, and she is ready to release Vernon, who is filled with hope...

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