Which excerpt from part one of Trifles most develops the motives of the County Attorney?
A. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Somebody should have been left here yesterday.
B.COUNTY ATTORNEY. How did she seem to feel about your coming?
C. COUNTY ATTORNEY. (To the Sheriff.) You’re convinced that there was nothing important here-—nothing that would point to any motive?
D. COUNTY ATTORNEY (with the gallantry of a young politician). And yet, for all their worries, what would we do without the ladies?