I decided to leave Natasha up at the box to continue questioning Va’lis so that he’s prepared for every possible question they might throw at him. As they sworn in Carrie, she seemed strong… undoubtedly gaining some strength from her sister’s encouraging words. Counselor Windsor stood up but did not approach the witness.
Couns. Windsor: “I have nothing for this witness, Chancellors.”
Chancellor O’Connor: “And why is that, Counselor?”
Couns. Windsor: “She brings nothing useful to our case here today.”
Chancellor Gray: “But you are basing your charges against Mr. Romanus on the fact that she and Mrs. Romanus are, or rather were, rogues. How is it that she brings nothing to this case?”
Chancellor Grimm: “Counselor Windsor is within her rights. Duly noted.” *looks to Counselor Talbot* “Any cross examination from the defense?”
Couns. Talbot: *smiles* “For certain.”
Read moreThe Tribunal of Marius de Romanus, Pt. 24