‘The Trial of Santa Claus’ by Stewart Bint – part two

Part for the ‘Trial of Santa Claus… By Stewart Bint…ENJOY

Hinckley Free Press

Stewart Bint | Guest Writer | 12 December 2020

LAST WEEK we exclusively launched the first instalment of a new three-part festive story by Stewart Bint, a Leicestershire-based published author, as he has teamed up with The Hinckley Free Press in a bid to try and bring some Christmas cheer to our readers during the challenging coronavirus times this Christmas.

Santa behind bars

As well as being a published author and novelist, Stewart is a magazine author and Public Relations writer.

This week, we’re sharing part two of his festive three-part story and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Part two

At least the solicitor looked the same, I thought. Or did he? I’d seen old Chatstock in action in this courtroom many times, soberly attired in an immaculate dark suit. But somehow that suit now looked tatty and well-worn. And the man himself appeared to…

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