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"Half A Life, Part Four": Renée Montoya is in court and surprised her lawyer, Cotton, is not there. Instead Rachel Green shows up as her defense attorney. She finds the bill was being fronted by Bruce Wayne. The judge takes her plea of no


Quote1 I'm not here by accident, Detective Allen. The commissioner picked me for the M.C.U., same way everyone else gets here. Quote2
-- Josie Mac



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Synopsis for "Half A Life, Part Four"

Renée Montoya is in court and surprised her lawyer, Cotton, is not there. Instead Rachel Green shows up as her defense attorney. She finds the bill was being fronted by Bruce Wayne. The judge takes her plea of not guilty.

On the way out from the courthouse, Crispus Allen spots Daria and asks to buy her a cup of coffee.

At GCPD, Josie MacDonald from Missing Persons department sets up shop on Renee's old desk. Allen is grumpy about her being his new partner but Captain Maggie Sawyer commands it.

As Montoya is being transferred on a prison bus, two armored trucks pull up to stop it. Men with guns, storm the bus and pull Montoya out. They throw her in the back of a vehicle as they accidentally hit a mail box on their escape.

When Crispus and Josie scope out the scene, Josie spots the mailbox that has been hit.

They head back to headquarters where Allen tells Josie he thinks Two-Face is involved because Montoya told him so. Josie walks away as she sees a scratch on a police vehicle that looks like it hit a mailbox. Allen calls in who rented the car and arrests Matt Conway who pleads the fifth.

Elsewhere, Montoya wakes up and Two-Face tells her that he's going to take care of her.



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  • This book was first published on July 16, 2003.
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