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A letter from Romeo and Juliets Lawyer Rosaline Capulet Verona Italy Dear Madam Capulet I am writing to inform you that you are hereby charged with the hannus crime of murder as the cause of many deaths and misery You are at fault for all that has happened in the fair Verona Italy and are now dually charged with the following crimes Two counts of murder in the first degree one count of false banishment and a high amount of counts of disturbing the peace The reason for this is lengthy and will be described in the following letter First of all you were the first love of the young Romeo Montague my client Because you refused to marry anyone let alone my client you cause him tremendous grief and suffering You turned my client into the epitome of melancholy and depression If not for his love of you he would never have been so mournful Second you unknowingly forced him to meet up with his future wife Juliet Capulet your cousin daughter of the Lord Capulet The Lord Capulet sent a messenger to announce the celebration to all his guests This messenger being illiterate turned to Romeo and his cousin Benvolio Montague for help reading the list When Romeo saw that you were to attend he decided to attend also Out of his love for you he came to that party and at this party he met Juliet his future wife Now we cannot put the blame for them falling in love on you However it is of the opinion of the court that you Rosaline tendered Romeos heart making him prone to fall in love easily This may also have caused his easiness to slip in and out of moods This is shown when he at first was against all fights and was trying to keep the peace between his friend Mercutio and enemy Tybalt Soon after
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