Love transcends law

The awesome Rosie and a story that should be read.

Life Changed That Day

On my day off from The Farce, I went to work. I made it through the morning having thought about the court case only nineteen times, and at lunchtime I sat in the staff room next to another teacher: the first hero of this part of the tale, George. My munching was interrupted by George nudging me and showing me a comment on the end of the text message he had just received from his old pal, my judge. He looked at me enquiringly as I read: ‘I hope your friend is ready. Ruling tomorrow.’ He expressed slight disappointment that I had not informed him that I would be attending court the following day. There was no way I could have informed him though, I told him, as I had no idea what he was talking about. Was I due in court the next day? Was that actually plausible, when…

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