Granny Williams: The Hilarious Trial of the Stolen Apples

The Laughter Verdict

were knee-high to a grasshopper, always causing trouble in the neighborhood.”

The courtroom erupted in laughter, including the stern-faced judge who couldn’t help but crack a smile. Mr. Rawley, the prosecutor, looked a bit flustered but continued with a grin, “Well, Mrs. Williams, let’s get straight to the point. Do you recognize the defendant sitting over there?” He pointed dramatically at the person on trial.

“Oh, indeed I do,” replied Grandma Williams with a mischievous twinkle in her eye. “That rascal right there is Tommy Jenkins, the same troublemaker who used to steal my apples from the backyard when he was just a wee lad.”

The gallery erupted into another round of laughter, and even Tommy Jenkins himself couldn’t help but chuckle nervously. The defense attorney, a witty woman named Ms. Harper, rose to cross-examine Grandma Williams.

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