The Court Of The Trial

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Chapter One The judge looked over the jury, then back at the defendant, a young man of about 20 years of age, and then at the prosecutor, a woman with spiky brown hair and black glasses. The trial had started two hours ago, with a recess one hour after it started. The recess lasted 10 minutes, and then started back up after people could gather their pieces of evidence. There had been so much evidence defending the young man, but in the end, the prosecution had enough to prove their point. The judge declared the young man guilty, and he was taken away. He screamed and struggled, but the guards removed him from the courtroom and delivered him to the prison. Only two weeks ago, a young woman was murdered at her apartment. The woman’s name was…show more content…
“Hi, is there something I can help you with?” The man asked, quite obviously scared out of his mind. “Yes, in fact, there is something you can help us with.” The woman said. The woman pulled out a notebook with samples of hair, fingerprints, and multiple other pieces of evidence. “Sir, you’ve been suspected to be the murderer of Christine O’Donovan. I’m afraid you’re going to have to come with us.” The man whispered something, looking upset. He walked out of his apartment, standing next to the police before all but one of the cops filed into different police cars and drove away. The man stood there with the woman and the last cop, looking terrified. The man occasionally glanced over at the police officer, freaked out, before attempting to start a conversation. “So, I’m supposed to be leaving the very place I live, and I don’t even know your name.” The woman adjusted her glasses, tapping something on the side and staring, before answering him. “They call me Agent Waters.” She said, annoyed that she was wasting her time coming here. Small puffs of smoke were coming from the tips of her hair. The man stood there, confused about how her hair seemed to be igniting in flames. “A-Are you ok? Your hair is kind of… burning.” “Yes, I’m fine.” Waters
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