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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

time, particularly by the person who wore the other eye which you first gave me."
" May we," Burger asked, "have this eye marked, for identification, as People's Exhibit B?"
" No objection," Mason said.
" Let it be marked for identification," Judge Winters ordered.
" Cross-examine," Burger. said.
Mason asked casually, "Why should a person have a so-called bloodshot eye, Doctor?" .
" Some people are very sensitive about their artificial eyes. They don't want it known that, they have them. For that reason, they go to elaborate precautions to keep from being discovered. They have eyes made to wear in the evening; eyes to wear when they're not feeling well; eyes made to wear when their natural eye is inflamed."
" In other words, then, it is difficult to tell when a person has an artificial eye?"
" Very difficult."
" Why is it necessary to have a separate eye to wear in the evening?"
" Because the size of the pupil of a natural eye varies during the day. With the glare of bright light, the pupil contracts. At night, under artificial lights, the pupil is larger."
" Is it, then, virtually impossible to detect the wearer of a well made artificial eye?"

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