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She’d known Paige since college, the debutante who took her under her wing like a sister even though Casey came from a poor family in a West Texas cow town. ” Paige rolled her eyes. “Don’t even bring up money with me. Who told you to let Taylor off like that? ” “Your money’s no good with me,” Paige said, snatching up the bill and stuffing it back into Casey’s purse. “Luddy said it was yours, by law. ” “It’s not about that anymore,” Casey said. “I’m not saying I’m right and you’re not. ” “It’d be more if my trust wasn’t set up that way,” Paige said, her face dropping into a worried look.
He asked, his low voice rumbling. Casey did. ” the DA asked, snorting and pointing to himself. ” “I’ll owe you one,” Casey said. “And it won’t cost you anything, no political capital. You won’t take a shot in the papers. ” Cruz asked. ” “I don’t have compassion,” he said, the bags under his eyes giving him a weary cast. “I’m the DA. The judges—some of them—have compassion. ” “Ms. Jordan,” Cruz said, “I don’t know you. I didn’t see the movie, though I heard about it from my wife, and I read about you in the papers at the time, so I admire you.
Her husband’s dead. ” Casey asked, glancing up. Stacy shook her head. ” Casey asked, snapping the case shut. ” “Then tell her to wait,” Casey said, slinging the briefcase over her shoulder and making for the back door. “Paige Ludden and her friends provide about half our operating budget and I’m already going to be late for lunch, and then I’ve got a meeting with the DA about Rosalita Suarez, who’s looking at manslaughter one. “If it’s really that important, then she’ll be here when I get back.
Above the Law by Tim Green