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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Perry Mason smiled reassuringly at Thelma Bevins.
" You don't need to answer it," he said.
Judge Winters gave an exclamation. Burger whirled to face Perry Mason, with his exasperation showing on his countenance.
Perry Mason went on in the same tone of voice, as though he had merely paused in the middle of a sentence, ". . . if you feel that answering the question would tend to incriminate you. All you need to do, Miss Bevins, is to say, `I refuse to answer upon the ground of my constitutional privilege that the answer might incriminate me.' When you have once said that, no power on earth can make you answer the question."
Thelma Bevins flashed him a smile and said, "I refuse to answer the question upon the ground of my constitutional privilege that the answer might incriminate me"
A deadlocked silence fell upon the group clustered about the witness chair. At length, Burger sighed. The sigh was an eloquent acknowledgment of defeat.
He turned once more toward Thelma Bevins.
" You," he said, "were in the Basset residence at the time when Hartley Basset was murdered, weren't you?"
She glanced at Perry Mason.
" Refuse to answer the question," Mason said.
" How can an answer to such a question incriminate her?" Burger asked of Judge Winters.
Mason shrugged his shoulders and said, "I think, if

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