As a lawyer, Patric wins a lot of cases, but mostly because he picks easy ones.
That thief won't be seen again, so here's a little epilogue for him: he is indeed a poor fool that blundered around in life until he got so tight for basic expenses that he panicked and tried to rob a storefront; nothing like a hardened criminal.
Patric encourages him to plead guilty and to volunteer for every rehabilitation program available to him to convince the judge he wants to be a good boy. Eventually he is sentenced to community service only, at the condition that he enrolls in an adult school to complete 9th grade. I can't say he became a super productive member of society, but he did learn not to constantly live on the edge of ruination.
Dodom! This is so clever, on so many levels, and for so many reasons!
Great page, as usual.
Thank you! :D
I wanted to insert a few scenes that weren't part of the main story as worldbuilding scenes here and there. The devilish looking lawyer character I designed for later inspired this one.
Patric 'Faust' Zagros.
Attorney at Law
Getting you back on Track since before you took your first mis-step.
He deserves a comic all to himself.
I would eventually run out of "devil's advocate" jokes.
Got to admit I didn't see THAT one coming....and I laughed. Bravo!
Thank you XD
I thy to have punchlines once in a while!
I'm BATLAWYER. (also in a husky voice)
The law is part of what fights crime, he is a hero too!!!