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A photograph taken from a Themis Legal Academy camera was a piece of evidence in Athena Cykes's investigation into the murder of Constance Courte. The photo is of Juniper Woods and Courte in the school's art room during preparations for its annual festival.
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Courte was murdered shortly after the photo was taken, with Woods becoming the prime suspect in the crime. In court, Prosecutor Simon Blackquill submitted the photo as what he believed to be a decisive piece of evidence, as the clock shown on the wall indicated that it had been taken at 7:05 PM, only five minutes before Courte's time of death.
However, Woods' attorney, Athena Cykes, discovered during her subsequent investigation of the case that the prosecution had overlooked the fact that the clock in the art room was running an hour fast, meaning that the photo in fact had been taken an hour before the murder and was thus not conclusive evidence.