Returning to the interrogations led by deputy public prosecutors, I will now focus on the structure of requests for information, their sequential organization, and the linguistic characteristics of the interaction. The material used here is mainly the transcript of the interrogation of the first accused in the Queen Boat trial, the sentence of which was examined in the previous chapter. In the present chapter, I will seek first to observe the interrogation’s general structure. Then I will study some of its linguistic characteristics, leaving the analysis of the category systems at work in judicial activity to the following chapter. Finally, I will focus on the deputies’ activity as a practice of the rule of law, which we take to mean a “declaration of law”.