The death of Judge Mory Samuel upsets the entire country. Accident or murder? An investigation was opened. Unconvinced by the conclusions of the autopsy, the members of the magistrates’ union call for a strike to protest against the insecurity in which they work. The widow Adji Mory decides to find out for sure and starts to investigate. The thesis of murder seems to be corroborated. Was it a crime or a political assassination? This is a difficult question, especially since Sam Mory has judged many sensitive cases and sent many indelicate people behind bars. What can this woman do on her own in the face of the formidable machinery that weaves in the shadows? Will Adji Mory come out of this trap unscathed?