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- She had tried to hide the discomfort behind the mask of competence that she usually wore, only to realize that in her hurry, she must have left it behind somewhere.Part 1 (12% in)
- It had started innocently enough-Logan Rourke, her trial advocacy professor, calling her into his office to tell her that she commanded the courtroom with competence; Logan saying that no juror would be able to take his eyes off her-and that neither could he.Part 1 (8% in)
- She felt incompetent-and then she'd remember that this wasn't about her, it was about Josie-and she'd feel even more like a failure.Part 1 (50% in)
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