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Journal of John Grishams The Runaway Jury This book was about a court case PYNEX vs Wood Pynex was a member of the Big Four Tobacco companies and Ms Wood is widow of Jacob Wood a long time smoker and victim of lung cancer and emphysema The Tobacco industry has been in many other court cases just like this and has won all of them The Tobacco industry must insure a victory by any means possible because if not there would be a million other civil cases where people would sue and win consequently costing the industry billions of dollars But this court case was different from the start Initially the plaintiff had enough money to pay for a top tier lawyer which was a first but this they knew What they didnt know would turn out to be the decisive factor in the trial they were unaware that they were dealing with the mysterious and ingenious duo of Nicholas Easter and his female companion Marlee This book began with the jury selection in this case Now like in every other case the Tobacco Company does their dirty work to study all of the jurors A man named Rankin Fitch heads this research and all of the other impure tactics performed by the Tobacco Companies to try to win the case What the researchers do is dig into the prospective jurors pasts and try to judge whether they will be for the Tobacco Company or for the plaintiff even though this is legal they still find a way to taint it a bit If they are not sure if the juror will be pro or anti Tobacco they send an operative in this circumstance the operative is a beautiful young blond woman who is in a computer store making conversation with her target here is where we meet the mysterious and clever Nicholas Easter midway threw the conversation she slyly lights a cigarette
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