The Court Of The Trial

1665 WordsDec 13, 20157 Pages
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 Christine O’Donovan, and was a very famous attorney. She’d defended hundreds of people, and all were found innocent, even if they weren’t truly innocent. She was amazing, and nearly every attorney envied her excellence. *** It was April 13th, 2015, and rain was pouring over the small city of St. Rose. Nobody really knows what state the city is in. All everyone knows is if you just keep driving in the middle of the night, you’ll reach this backwards town, full of ghosts, witches, and other fantastical creatures and people. In the back of an old apartment complex, where very few lived, there were three loud knocks on a door. Each knock rattled the weak, old door’s hinges.
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