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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

CHAPTER XIV

JUDGE KENNETH D. WINTERS, the judge of the lower court, who was acting as a committing magistrate, fully appreciated the spotlight of publicity which had been focused upon him.
" This," he said, "is the time fixed for the preliminary hearing of Peter Brunold and Sylvia Basset, jointly charged with the murder of one Hartley Basset. Gentlemen, are you ready to proceed with the preliminary hearing?"
" Ready," said Perry Mason.
District Attorney Burger nodded.
Newspaper reporters squared themselves over their notebooks and settled down to business. The case was virtually unique, in that the district attorney himself was conducting a preliminary hearing, and every newspaper man in the room knew that there were events in the making.
" James Overton," said District Attorney Burger, "will you please come forward and be sworn."
Overton held up his right hand, stood staring over the courtroom, dark, saturnine, sardonic, yet, withal, with an air of polished poise about him which seemed, in some way, to set him apart from the others.

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