Her Own Law
by Bert Goolsby
In June, 1943, draft-exempt Delaware Huggins leaves his Georgia home to seek work at a shipyard. But fate intervenes when Tweeve Cumbee, a recent widow he meets along the way, coerces him into marrying her. The worst is yet to come. Soon after landing a part-time job at a second-rate movie theater, he is charged with capital murder and Tweeve, untrained in the law, insists on defending him.