#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about LAW
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“Law enforcement is going over footage from highway cams, truck stops, satellites, toll booths, park entrances, and private ranches.
Cop shows and other law enforcement shows were produced for entertainment, not accuracy. Most law enforcements officials don’t correct the inaccuracies on purpose.
She moved forward to the massive wood door, her hand frozen on the door handle when the etched writing came into view.
Max Mills, Attorney at Law.
Shutter (work in progress)
“Between my father and George, they had approximately seventy years in the law. If I didn’t get Michelle to go over the contract with a magnifying glass, they’d both come back to haunt me.”
“Civilian operation,” Pete said. “No grenades.” Ty scowled. “Says who?” “The law.”
My gut went uh-oh. Is this good or bad?
There was a possibility one of them could be hurt, maybe even seriously. They were trained for these kinds of scenarios, knew what to do, how to react, but, given Murphy’s Law, Connor wasn’t surprised she was worried.
It didn’t take me long to discover, via a quick Google search, that sellers were required by law to disclose any documented “ghoulish activity.”
Sofia gasped. “You’re out of line, Melly Grace. You don’t have a license to practice law here in Canada. So back off. ”
Benji started to follow her but hesitated, looking a bit green. What was that about? “Is there some law against you getting on an elevator with me?”
Old Friends, New Lovers (work in progress)
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Reblogged this on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author and commented:
The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines using the word LAW in this week’s Sneak off and Read. Stop by and share a line from your WIP or even something you’ve been reading- we’d love to hear from you 🙂
Great lines, y’all. Nice to see so many of us participating. 🙂 Happy Fall!
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