53 Confession

As mandated by the Imperial Law, every prospective ruler of the Empire of Rische had to undergo a compulsory and comprehensive legal education within the House of Judges. This prestigious institution assigned each aspirant a knowledgeable and proficient mentor, who held significant authority in the Courthouse as the first assistant to the judge.

Loyd Rische's esteemed mentor was none other than Eugene Hemill, the eldest scion of Viscount Hemill, a distinguished member of the esteemed Imperial Council. Eugene's unwavering commitment to legal scholarship made him a promising contender for the honored position of the next Imperial Judge.

Eugene's role extended beyond merely mentoring the Crown Prince; he served as an impartial investigator, gathering evidence and witness statements for upcoming trials. This separation from the prosecution ensured the legitimacy and accuracy of the entire legal process.


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