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Monster Notes July 14 th and July 17th
July 14 Notes James King gave Dorothy Moore a lamp. Dorothy Moore said James King was at her house at the time of the getover.
July 14 Notes George Nipping once bought James King a left-handed baseball glove, so he knew King was left-handed. An acquaintance is a casual friend.
July 14 Notes When Kathy OBrien turned the paper cup down it meant the she did not like Steves answer. Mr. Sawicki said, Steve Harmon was an outstanding young man.
July 14 Notes A picture of President George Washington was hanging on the right wall of the courtroom. When evidence is tainted, that means it has been contaminated.
July 14 Notes Mrs. Petrocelli said, Steve Harmons involvement in the crime was a moral decision. The inmates were playing dominos at the end of July 14 th entry.
July 17 Notes Kathy OBrien said they could always appeal if Steve was found guilty. The climax of the book is when the verdict is read and Steve is found innocent.
July 17 Notes Kathy OBrien stiffens and pulls away from Steve when he tries to embrace her. Cellos and violas play at the end of July 17 th entry.
July 17 Notes The Jury Forman reads the verdict. Steve becomes distant with his father after the trial.
July 17 Notes The last words in July 17 th entry are A Steve Harmon Film.
July 17 Notes James King was found guilty and sentenced to 25 years to life. Osvaldo Cruz was arrested for stealing a car.
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