A3Writer: F3 Opening Statement
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Friday, May 1, 2015

F3 Opening Statement

            “Your honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury,” Maleficent’s husky voice drew the attention of every eye in the court room. “My client has been wronged and suffered grievous harm. She was promised her Prince Charming after a grand ball. What did she receive instead? Shoddy workmanship. The glass slipper, instead of bearing her weight, shattered, lacerating her foot.
And, under the arbitrary time constraint of false promises, forced her to continue on lest she be revealed by expiring magic. Her injuries prevented her from continuing her job as a housekeeper, and so my client is suing Fairy Godmother, Inc. for one hundred million dollars for breach of contract, hospital bills, and punitive damages.”
            Maleficent, her business suit razor sharp, sat with a wicked smirk for the defendant, where the fairy godmother openly quivered with rage, despite her attorney trying to calm her down.
           


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