The starting scene with the play can be described as court. There is also a judge facing the audience. Mary Maloney is in the defendants seat, looking incredibly calm.
Prosecutor: The accused, Mary Maloney, is charged of murdering her partner, Patrick Maloney. Although she's currently pregnant, I told your honour not to sympathise with her, as facts shows that she is a cold-blooded killer.
Jane Maloney pretends to cry upon hearing that.
Protecting Lawyer: Argument! No one is guilty until proven so in front of the court. Besides, the supposed tool was never found
Assess: Objection suffered but , defendant, please control your emotions.
Defending lawyer: Today, my consumer is offender of a criminal offense she would not commit. She actually is a dutiful wife whom loves her husband very much. I hope that Your Honour would forecast the pack of lies the prosecuting team is presenting you.
Defending lawyer sits straight down.
Prosecutor: Might I contact the Private investigator Jack Noonan to the stand.
Jack Noonan walks in and take those stand. He swears to tell the truth the whole fact and nothing however the truth.
Prosecutor: According on your report, the were no signs of have difficulties at the field of the crime. Am I correct?
Jack Noonan: Certainly.
Prosecutor: So that means that the murderer should be someone the victim is aware of. Someone just like her better half, Mary Maloney!
Defending attorney: Objection! The murderer might be anybody the victim recognized, not necessary his wife.
Evaluate: Objection continual. Prosecutor, please proceed to your next question.
Prosecutor: He knew both the suspect and the victim. Did that cloud the judgement. How come did you allow Mary Maloney to stay at the field of the criminal offense? Why didn't you bring her for the police station?
Jack Noonan: I... My spouse and i...
Defending legal professional: Objection! The prosecutor is pressurising the witness to get an answer.
Assess: Objection overruled. Witness, you should answer the question.
Jack Noonan: She recently had an alibi and there was no evidence directing to her so I assumed that she has not been the killer.
Prosecutor: You did not start a thorough research. You provided an opportunity for Mary Maloney to destroy all the proof.
Defending attorney: Objection! The prosecutor is definitely making a hypothetic statement.
Judge: Objection sustained.
Prosecutor: I have you can forget questions.
He sits straight down and the protecting lawyer takes on cross-examine.
Guarding lawyer: The length of time have you find out Mr and Mrs Maloney? Were the relationship between them very good?
Jack Noonan: I've regarded them for a long period. Their relationship was usually very good. There were only a few quarrels from time to time.
Defending attorney: I have no more questions. Right now, I would like to call Sam the Grocer to the stand.
Sam walks inside the courtroom.
Defending Lawyer: Within your recorded assertion, you declared Mary Maloney went to your shop and bought a few groceries. What were her reactions?
Sam: She was quite content and organic. She could not have killed Patrick, she couldn't.
Guarding Lawyer: I possess no more questions, the prosecutor may at this point cross-examine the witness.
This individual sits straight down.
Prosecutor: I possess no more queries. I would like to call upon one more witness, Miss Scarlet.
A wonderful young woman dressed in red walks into the room.
Prosecutor: Describe your relationship with Patrick Maloney.
Miss Scarlet: I'm his mistress. (The crowd start to murmur. ) We've been collectively for quite sometime.
Prosecutor: When was your last time you saw him?
Miss Scarlet: We still found him on the day of the tough. He explained he was likely to tell his wife the truth. He was likely to leave her and be with me. (sob...... sob) It should be this witch! (Stands up and factors at Martha Maloney) Your woman couldn't accept that Tanker was going out of her therefore she slain him.
Assess: Witness, make sure you control your emotions.
Miss Scarlet sat straight down
Prosecutor: Just how was the romantic relationship between the victim and the accused, according to the sufferer.
Miss Scarlet: It was for the rocks. This individual said he...