Study Guide

Alex Cross's Trial Chapter 122

By James Patterson and Richard DiLallo

Chapter 122

  • Next Maxwell stands to give his final arguments.
  • Ben notices that he doesn't bother refuting Ben's case—in fact, he doesn't comment on the case much at all.
  • Instead Maxwell relies on the fact that the jurors are racist and will likely use that bias to acquit his clients.
  • He even suggests that Black people don't know what truth is because they're lesser than white people.
  • Maxwell even throws a Bible verse of his own in for good measure, one about not lying, which Ben thinks is a joke since all Maxwell does is lie.

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