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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Your name is James Overton and you were employed as a chauffeur for Hartley Basset?" Burger asked, as Overton, having been sworn, took the witness stand.
" Yes, sir."
" How long had you been employed by Mr. Basset?"
" Eighteen months."
" You were employed as chauffeur during all that time?"
" Yes, sir."
" What was your occupation before that time?"
Perry Mason pushed his way up from his counsel chair.
" I-am aware," he said, "that it is usually poor policy for an attorney for the defense to enter a lot of technical objections at a preliminary examination. It is far better trial tactics to get the district attorney to expose his hand by asking everything that he wishes to. I am also aware that it is customary for a district attorney to put on only enough of a case to bind over the defendants, without giving to the defense any inkling of the case which he has built up. However, I sense there is perhaps something unusual in the present case. Therefore, I am going to ask the Court and Counsel whether any object can be served by going into this man's occupation prior to the time he entered the employ of Hartley Basset."
" I think it can," Burger said.

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