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4 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Renfair 

4th May 2012:
It was very decent of Ted to take a moment to let Scorpius see the sun. I'm a little confused by the layout of the Ministry you have going on here, since I thought the atrium was underground, the courtroom floor being even deeper, so I don't see how they could pass a floor with windows. However, I'm thinking you might mean the magical windows that Arthur mentions to mimic the weather outside, or it's totally also possible that the Ministry has been slightly redesigned since then and have a different layout. You might just want to consider a note in either case for canon-freaks like me. ;)

Oooh! Cue plot twist! Well, I guess it isn't *really* a twist since we readers kind of assumed this was all a set-up and someone was out there manipulating the situation. Where's an invisibility cloak when you need it, eh, Ted? I'm glad you have Ted deciding to investigate before blurting the overheard conversation out to the court. Yeah, it could prove Scorpius's innocence, but we don't know how high up those people are who are involved. It could be incredibly dangerous for all the "good guys" involved if the baddies find out someone's snooping around.

"Was it someone else completely who's DNA hadn't been left behind." (little typo, "whose")

--"If I believed all the DNA sets had been found, then that meant Rose was the one who had made a deal." --Well, not really, Teddy. I mean, both sets of DNA could just be a red herring to throw the scent off of the true culprits. I'm sensing some sort of intra-Ministry coup here. What better way to get the old Minister out of the way and set up the new one you want than to frame two young people from very prominent wizarding families, one of whom already is ripe for suspicion due to his father's past ties to Voldemort? Ted needs to watch more TV ;)

"Awfully dull for a man who recently turned twenty, don't you think? For example, you didn't meet any of your friends at a pub for drinks?" --Ouch, man! Geez, no need to get personal here insulting Scorpius's lack of a social life :)

Wow, Scorpius's lawyer kind of sucks, doesn't he? You think the Malfoys would be able to afford one that would tie the Wizengamot up in so much red tape, it would think it was a Christmas present or something. Maybe just no decent lawyer wanted to get involved in a case concerning the murder of the Minister with DNA evidence at the scene (which I still think is incredibly circumstantial. Couldn't the hair have come from anywhere? But it seems like this court is already biased against Scorpius, so I doubt they'd care about something like that, especially if the corruption runs that high.)

I think that will have to be it for now. I was hoping to get at least another chapter done, but toddler nap-time didn't cooperate.

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Review #2, by Lillylover22 

8th April 2012:
Poor malfoy. This story is fantastic 9/10 : )

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Review #3, by Teddylover 

30th March 2012:
Oh my gosh. No, that certainly did not go as planned. I hope things go better. I don't want either Rose or Scorpius to be convicted but I think Peakes is behind this. And he probably has Sondheim on his side, and he's running the trial. That means he can probably bend the trial however they like. Oh no. This just got intense. Please update soon!

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Review #4, by AriesGirl40 

26th March 2012:
Awesome chapter, after being Malfoy for so long, he felt empithy for the guy. He's been out in the sunshine enjoying his time with Rose,and malfoy doesn't even remember how good the sun felt on the skin. I'm sure he felt good atleast being able to give him the few minutes he could.
I'll be looking forward to the next chapter, see what goes down with this hearing.

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