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who entered Basset's room came prepared to do murder. He came prepared to shoot, and yet had taken precautions so that the gun wouldn't make a noise which would be heard. In other words, he had the gun concealed under a blanket and a quilt, which served the double purpose of concealing the weapon from his victim, and also muffling the noise of the shot. That shows premeditation. He must also have prepared, in advance, a typewritten suicide note to leave in Basset's typewriter."
" You are now," Judge Winters said, frowning, "arguing against your client in the murder case."
Perry Mason's voice remained urbane.
" I am now, your Honor, patiently trying to make the explanation which you requested of me, the explanation of my position in refusing to allow this young woman to answer questions:"
" But you are violating legal ethics in turning against the client whom you are representing in the murder case"
" I don't need this Court," Perry Mason said, "to instruct me as to the ethics of my profession or my duties to my client."
" Very well," Judge Winters remarked, his face turning several shades darker, "go ahead with your explanation, and be brief. Unless it is satisfactory, you will be held in contempt."
" Unfortunately," Mason said, "the explanation must

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