"I submit to your lordship that my learned friend is putting a leading question," said Vodrey, K.C.
Sampson, K.C., had nevertheless got as far as "Will your lordship allow us?"
But he must have conformed to convention in this matter in the past, for how otherwise could he now be an Eminent K.C.?
On leaving Oxford he went to the bar, and as early as 1890 became a K.C.
Mrs. Admaston seemed to find something consoling in the voice of the great K.C.
We may wonder now-a-days would any K.C. of position have condescended to allow such a proceeding?
Not only is he, perhaps, the most celebrated K.C. in England, but his special hobby is criminology!