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Word of Honor - Chapters 42 through 45 Summary & Analysis

Nelson Demille
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Chapters 42 through 45 Summary

The trial is held in a church. When Corva arrives, he says that there are mobs of people outside the gates, most with signs ranging from support for Tyson to "shoot the bastard." Corva and Tyson are using the office of Rabbi Weitz who says he didn't volunteer the space but drew lots, "and mine said defense." The church has been altered for the proceedings.

Sproule goes over the purpose of the trial, which, he says, is first to provide fair and impartial information and warns the prosecution not to allow that to override their zeal to win the case. As the case is about to begin, Picard is ushered out of his seat because he could be called on to testify. Corva tells Tyson that he doesn't plan to call Picard, but says the man shouldn't get a front-row seat...

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