By Phillip M. Margolin
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A nineteenth-century judge famous for handing down death sentences used to sit on Matthew's slat-back wooden chair. Reynolds took a perverse pleasure in crafting his arguments against death while ensconced in it. Next to the rolltop was a chess table composed of green and white marble squares supported by a white marble base. Reynolds had no social life. Chess had been a refuge for Reynolds as a child and he continued to play it as an adult. He was involved in ten correspondence games with opponents in the United States and overseas.
Marie," Knapp asked gently, "you've seen the autopsy photos. Mr. Phillips was cut many times on his body. " "No, sir. I just remember the first one, then it's a blank. But . . but I probably done that. " "And why did you kill Mr. " "To get away. Just to get away, so he wouldn't hurt me no more. And . . and the cocaine. I didn't want to be a slave to the cocaine no more. That's all. " Harwood buried her head in her hands and sobbed. Knapp looked at Griffen with contempt. " Just before Griffen rose to begin her cross-examination, the courtroom door opened.
The notion was ridiculous. Matthew left his bedroom and walked down the hall. The law offices and his quarters were decorated with antiques. The rolltop desk in Matthew's study once belonged to a railroad lawyer who passed on in 1897. A nineteenth-century judge famous for handing down death sentences used to sit on Matthew's slat-back wooden chair. Reynolds took a perverse pleasure in crafting his arguments against death while ensconced in it. Next to the rolltop was a chess table composed of green and white marble squares supported by a white marble base.