I had give him a high-five and now thinking about it...why did he ask me?
"That proves he killed him" The lawyer said, as if reading my mind.
"How so?" The judge asked.
"Two things...one there was six fingerprints on the weapon." The lawyer began.
"Yes and...?" The judge.
"This man has six fingers on each hand," The lawyer said.
"Really?" The Judge asked, "Raise up your hand for me, would you?"
I had to...this would tear me apart...but I did...and there it was...my sixth finger
"Oh! I never noticed that!" The Judge said.
"Also," The lawyer said, "The murder weapon is in his sleeve,"
He then pulled out, the whole crowd was shocked.
"Well then, I guess it's time for my verdict," The Judge said.
"Wait your verdict?" I said," What about the jury?"
I then realized there was no jury.
"Oh didn't you hear? Due to the influx of crim the U.S decided to change to the inquisitive system, where the judge decides the verdict," The Judge said.
"Well that...! Is actually kinda reasonable..." I said.
"Either way, I declare the defendant, Not Guilty" He then banged his gavel, " Court is adjourned."
Now this may end the story of our murderer...but the story is just beginning for our defense attorney. His name is Peter Reinart, and he would become the most corrupt attorney in all the U.S.
Maybe writing multiple stories in one day is bad... In any case this was the closing to my first story, and the introduction of Reinart, so get ready for him! Comments are appreciated, as always!