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Gile's says to Danforth, "I am thirty-three time in court in my life. And always plaintiff, too?"
What is the MOST important consequence of this admission?
It is further evidence that Giles is very spiteful.
Danforth will now be more careful when he questions Giles.
Giles, because of all his time in court has neglected his family and farm.
Giles, when he is accused of witchcraft later in the act will be able to defend himself.
No one ever accuses Giles because they are afraid he has an excellent understanding of the court system.