Court stories, books, poems, and more

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What happens when 3 thieves joins there ways together? This story explores many turn of events which they encounter during their journey. Will the justice uphold? and if upholds will that be called justice? So many questions but the answer is just one - Who knows? Read More

Tags: crime, thriller, law, court

Zura, an 18 year old woman, has just been appointed as President of the Dreaming Court, the court responsible for all actions and diplomatic relationships within the walls and territory of Nightima. As someone who doesn't follow much into this category, Zura must face hardships and challenges of her ways… Read More
In the Bloodless series finale, Oliver and Stephanie plan to escape from Barrett's clutches. Kelly, Sheffield and Tricia go to rescue them. Charlie finally gets his wish with Nancy. Sheffield and Tricia fulfill a commitment to one another. Roy pays the price for his crime. Stephanie finally finds her people.… Read More
A man running late for his court appointment contemplates the futility of attending, as well as his seemingly pointless life. Read More
Four country folk met up in town and it didn't end well. Read More
While Chief Justice Roberts swears in Joe Biden as President and in the aftermath of the Capitol insurrection, Rob and his lawyer James Cordic debate whether to change their strategy as lawyers for the prosecution insist on a six-month jail term. Miles and Whitney travel to Peru to film a… Read More
Why cant I remember anything? I didnt do it. I'd never hurt a fly. Read More
A court judge loathing the lower social class dregs, imagines violence at their ilk in the mind and makes it real, taking to the class war to extremes, shooting people in the street by BB gun. WORDS - 1,750 Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 07, 2020

A poem about a judge and two barristers Read More

Reads: 469

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

When the guilty try to buy their way out of a mess, well, anything can happen. Read More

Tags: crime, lawyer, scam, court

Oliver’s parents find out about his failing grades and pledge to cut off financial support for him. Thus, Oliver is forced to take a job at Second Window, where Prodigy convinces him to help him sell drugs, where he’s forced to make a moral decision. Kelly is forced to psychologically… Read More
Kelsey, 18, can't remember the earlier years of her life due to trauma. The court hearing of her father's crimes, and mandated therapy begins bringing back dark memories better left forgotten. As she moves back into her old house to finish her final year of high school Kelsey realizes she… Read More
Short story relating to the arrest and prosecution of Saint Nick. Read More

Short Story / Mystery and Crime

September 20, 2018

Reads: 784

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Harry Lawful Harris is on trial for a murder. Might continue this because I like the idea, but for now it works as a standalone short. Read More

Tags: crime, law, guilt, court, order

Sage Skyes can't stand Jason Davis- let alone stay in a cabin with him and two other girls! Jason owns a cabin with a riding arena behind. Each of the two girls have a troubled horse. They have tried professional trainers, but they haven't been any help. Sage is… Read More

Tags: romance, court, cabin

Greg owns a bookie Tiger Claw a million dollars. Without a way to pay it back he cooks up a scam, he'll pretend to marry his friend's baby sister, Claire. They'll get the gifts and trade them for money to pay Tiger Claw. There is only one problem she can't… Read More
The Lunar Court, a city of elegance and luxury, suited for only those of high class and those who care deeply about tradition. When one of the most sacred traditions of the city is broken, the life of Amaryllis Elityn changes forever. With the world she knew shattered and… Read More

Reads: 723

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

What keeps people from joining lynch mobs and other things? How can justice be blind if it is taken into hands that are not? What concessions can be made to justice? Read More

Short Story / Other

October 12, 2017

Reads: 822

Comments: 3

The Review Chain House

Reads: 737

Comments: 8

The The Imaginarium House

A sequel to my short story, 'Not Beaten'. Read More

Short Story / Other

August 09, 2017

Reads: 658

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A man wakes up in a courtroom to discuss past events of his life and defend his actions in a room full of strangers. Read More
There’s a good reason why human being is waiting for the last judgment. Justice on earth has always been debatable and controverted. There’s a justice for the rich and another one for the common people. Matt knows what it takes to be respected, and how he became a national hero… Read More
Mortals with the ability to see Faeries have always been in danger, but when a fey aristocrat named Waelon makes a chance encounter with one such human, things don't play out the way they normally would. Read More
About my disability. Read More
He will be in her heart but not in her life... And she is running away from him but couldn't escape his memories. They made their love survive atleast. Read More
How far would you go to prove to someone you loved them? Read More
The weight of a crown is great and burdensome. Not everyone can just assume the position to rule. It requires conviction and wisdom. This is something Sasha must learn before she could ever take her father’s place. Recently, King Argos XIII passed away to an incurable illness, leaving his only… Read More
This is a short writing about the con's of having camera's in the urine collection area to watch patients via video surveillance while collecting a urine specimen. I discuss the negative outcomes, the effects on moral of the patient populous and the possible legal ramifications due to 4th amendment violations. Read More
The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity Does Bar “Efficient Cause” and exempt it from common approach due to lack of understanding (jurisdiction) of heavenly light (Knowledge) but “Elements (Human Beings)“ are not exempt. The Solicitor General of The United States Mr. Donald B. Verrilli, JR. may not have jurisdiction over defendants… Read More
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