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That— and the fact that I was unfamiliar with court procedure— may explain why I
didn't follow very well the opening phases: the drawing of lots for the jury, the
various questions put by the presiding judge to the Prosecutor, the foreman of the
"The jury will appreciate," he said, "the importance of this admission." The
Prosecutor, however, was promptly on his feet again. "Quite so," he boomed
above our heads. "The jury will appreciate it. And they will draw the conclusion
that, though ...
The jury went out, and I was taken to the little room where I had already waited.
My lawyer came to see me; he was very talkative and showed more cordiality and
confidence than ever before. He assured me that all would go well and I'd get off
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