Court of Law is a Dragon Ball alternate timeline. Instead of fighters, there are lawyers. And the courtroom is the battleground. First AU, please review!
Chapter One: Pilot Edit
"Jingle bells, jingle bell, jingle bell rock! Jingle bell sing, and jingle bell ring. Handser and Dancer and Comet and Vixen, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell, that's the jingle bell rock!!!"
"KAKAROT, WILL YOU SHUT UP?!" Vegeta growled from his office, which sadly lacked a window, so he couldn't blast citizens passing below, and thus vent his frustration.
A black-haired, suit-wearing, simple-faced grown man poked his head in the doorway. "What's wrong, Vegeta?" he asked happily, "it's Christmas! Aren't you excited?"
"No- I mean, yes, but only when you leave," Vegeta replied rather angrily. Goku nodded and waltzed out happily. Vegeta leaned back in his rolling chair, and counted to three silently.
At three, there was a tremendous crash from the hallway. Vegeta sighed, then reached over and punched an intercom on the tip of his desk. "Woman," he said, barely trying to hide his angry tones,"get up here and clean the mess Kakarot undoubtably just caused immediatley!"
"Well you could at least say please!" came a woman's (rather annoyed) tone back out the intercom. Vegeta let out a noise that sounded something like a grunt (but did begin with a p), and leaned back.
Several seconds later, Bulma Briefs, certified genius, and unfortunatley secretary for these idiots, came up, looking around. She slapped her hand to her forehead and groaned, then walked past Vegeta's door. He caught her muttering "Goku!"
Goku, happy with holiday joy and not looking were he was going, had walked, or rather ran, smack into the watercooler in the middle of the hall. He was currently pulling himself out, wiping water of his suit as Bulma approached.
"Goku!" Bulma said, rolling her eyes in frustration, "don't you know how Chi Chi is going to react when she finds out you've ruined another suit?!"
Goku stopped smiling, his mind going over the unspeakable horrors his wife could do to him.