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[Spoiler] 'Divorce Lawyer in Love' Jo Yeo-jung to be spotted at crime in progress

2015/05/30 | 569 views | Permalink | Source

'Divorce Lawyer in Love' Jo Yeo-jung was arrested for crime in progress.

On the 13th episode of SBS' weekend drama, 'Divorce Lawyer in Love' Go Cheok-hee (Jo Yeo-jung) was headed to her client's house in order to help her client.

The client (Jung Ae-yun) came to So Jeong-woo's law firm and asked them to file a divorce case for her after she revealed that she was a victim of domestic violence.

However, her husband was a doctor, who could treat the scars and bruises to heal completely so there were no evidences left

A few days after the client had the consultation, her husband started beating her again. The client hiding in a den called Go Cheok-hee to ask for help.

When Go Cheok-hee heard the screaming over the phone, she reported to police and rushed to the client's house. While she was trying to stop the husband from the violent act, So Jeong-woo, who was visiting a house on the other side to collect statement, saw the scene. The client's husband was holding a golf club trying to beat his wife and Go Cheok-hee threw a trophy towards him.

Unfortunately, the trophy hit the man on the head and he fell down on the floor bleeding. The client's child was at the scene and told the police, who arrived later at the house, that it was Go Cheok-hee. Go Cheok-hee was handcuffed at the spot and was taken to the police.

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