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Stone stopped and turned to Kevin. “Yes, do that,” he said, his voice dripping with scorn. “You won’t be seeing the inside of the courtroom anytime soon. Your career here as a prosecutor is over before it even started. ” With that said, Bradford Stone stormed away. C H A P T E R ▼ 4 That night, Diane hurried to get ready to go out with some of her new friends from the library, so Kevin said nothing to her about his disastrous day at the Tribunal. After Diane left, Ellen insisted that they play Harry Potter.

Nihudian has asked me to represent him. I’m a federal prosecutor from the United States. ” Stone’s voice did not reflect any camaraderie. “This man is a simple fact witness. ” “Well, he has some concerns about the safety of his family and his employment. ” “There’s no need,” Stone said emphatically in his clipped British accent. ” He turned to Nihudian. ” Nihudian looked at Kevin. Kevin wasn’t sure what to do. Nihudian stood up, and so did Kevin. “You need to wait here,” Stone said to Kevin. ” Kevin was surprised.

For the next week, Kevin would hardly hear a peep from her. ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ The day before Nihudian was to testify, Kevin called Mrs. Kelly. He had told Diane that he was waiting for some paperwork to be completed before starting at the Tribunal. But now, three weeks had passed. “Still no good news,” Mrs. Kelly said sadly. ” “Oh, I’m just helping out a prosecution witness,” Kevin said, embarrassed that word had gotten to her. “But I’m afraid I may have offended Mr. ” “He’s a bother. ” “He told me I’d never work as a prosecutor there.

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