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"Yes. I had an appointment and was a few minutes late for that appointment. I arrived there at six minutes past eleven, I think."

"At about midnight."

"That can be answered yes or no," said Judge Markham, in a cautioning tone of voice. "It is preliminary, merely."

"Then I got in the front seat of the automobile with Judge Purley, Mr. Don Graves got in the rear seat, we started up the winding road shown on the map, until we came to a certain point, where we turned around and went back to the house. I take it that I cannot state any conversation that took place in the automobile?"

Claude Drumm, who had jumped to his feet to object, caught that gesture of warning, and suddenly smiled. He sat down.

"Cross-examine," snapped Claude Drumm unexpectedly, turning to Perry Mason.

"I told him that I would have to ask Judge Purley, in whose car I was riding."

"At about midnight."

"And what did you tell him?"

Claude Drumm, who had jumped to his feet to object, caught that gesture of warning, and suddenly smiled. He sat down.

"What was Mr. Norton doing the last time you saw him alive, Mr. Crinston?"

"He asked me if Don Graves could accompany me to the city; that is, to my residence."

"Yes, she did," said Arthur Crinston.

"I told him that I would have to ask Judge Purley, in whose car I was riding."

"What was Mr. Norton doing the last time you saw him alive, Mr. Crinston?"

Claude Drumm, who had jumped to his feet to object, caught that gesture of warning, and suddenly smiled. He sat down.

"I told him that I would have to ask Judge Purley, in whose car I was riding."

"That can be answered yes or no," said Judge Markham, in a cautioning tone of voice. "It is preliminary, merely."

"Did she make any statement to you at that time as to the said Buick automobile?"

"Yes. I had an appointment and was a few minutes late for that appointment. I arrived there at six minutes past eleven, I think."

"What was Mr. Norton doing the last time you saw him alive, Mr. Crinston?"

"At about midnight."

"What," asked Perry Mason, "did you talk with Mr. Norton about?"

"Then I got in the front seat of the automobile with Judge Purley, Mr. Don Graves got in the rear seat, we started up the winding road shown on the map, until we came to a certain point, where we turned around and went back to the house. I take it that I cannot state any conversation that took place in the automobile?"

Perry Mason surveyed Arthur Crinston with an expressionless face for a few seconds, then said abruptly: "You had been in conversation with Mr. Norton during the evening?"

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