As I placed my final brushstrokes on a memorandum opinion striking the affidavit of an expert witness, a Professor Moriarty, the phone rang. The chief judge’s office wanted me to meet with a visitor from London. I was told the man’s dress was a bit peculiar for late June—a russet brown and green plaid cape lined in red silk with slits at each side for arms and a matching wool hat, featuring a visor at the front and back and earflaps.
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