@Poe Name: Rhett J. Wolfhart Age: 28 Brief Overview: Where did the blue eyed wolf come from? No one really knows, making him something of a puzzle to the people of New York City. Rhett arrived in New York City two years ago with nothing but a fresh law degree and a vision. Starting up a budget law office, Wolfhart Attorney at Law, Rhett provides affordable legal advice and services to low income families and individuals. Thus, he is often ignored by others in his field or treated as a lesser, but that is perfectly fine by him. He's a bit quiet, though is known for having a cool self-possession. He strongly believes in the goodness of people, even if it's hard to tell behind his aloof nature. As such, he really doesn't have any interest in being the center of attention. When he does talk, it's easy to determine who he is and what he's all about, but he very rarely talks about himself. As people go, he's relaxed, determined, and always speaks from the heart, though his words are not usually delicate, making him come off as callous or rude. He trusts easily, but not recklessly. Nothing gets under his skin. Though he very rarely has any interest in discussing his past or personal life, Rhett actually had an idyllic childhood growing up in the farmland of Southern Wisconsin. His parents were lovely folks that instilled in him a strong moral compass. He has two older sisters, Diane and Marisol, both of whom still live back in Wisconsin on the family farm-- supplying a near endless stream of nieces and nephews between the two of them. Always the black sheep of the family, Rhett clawed, scraped, and crawled his way to law school, paying his way using loans and scholarships. He's in an awful lot of debt these days, but refuses to cater to clients he can charge more for his services. He finds his downhome, country roots to be rather embarrassing, and prefers not to speak of his family for this very reason. Name: Det. Eliza "Liz" Madison Age: 24 Brief Overview: Born and raised in NYC, Eliza was briefly famous at the age of four for the unsolved double homicide of both her parents, Elliot and Lisa Madison. She spent the rest of her childhood in and out of foster care, getting into trouble wherever she could. It was only after an intervention by Lieutenant Charles Brooks, who worked her parents' case, did she find her calling. Hired at the NYPD directly following her graduation from the police academy, Eliza dove right into her work in the homicide unit, standing to prevent or solve the very crimes that took her childhood and parents from her so abruptly. After a catching a serial killer a little over a year ago and saving four potential victims, Eliza was awarded the title of detective, the youngest to do so in the history of her precinct. Eliza is tough to the core. With a strong wit and sarcastic attitude, she is certainly an acquired taste for some but she does her job well. A bit of a workaholic, she'll spend days on end at the precinct working cases and never backs down from a lead. She is confident in herself as a cop, but she falters in her own faith in her character. She is honest, determined and incredibly loyal to those who prove themselves in her eyes. While she would never call herself maternal, she does have a soft spot for the children she works with throughout her cases. Often times more capable of conversing with them than anyone else. She drinks too much and sleeps too little.