I love the unspoken communication between Redley and Justin in the first two panels. This page is where we finally learn the details of their estrangement.

Rune deliberately addresses Lord Redley as Jonathan to set an informal tone for this private conversation. He’s also making it clear that they are now peers, and that he will not be Redley’s pawn. He’s recovered enough to stand up, and he chooses to do so rather than invite Redley to sit.

The last panel is not the actual lighting in the room, but rather an illustration of the darkness that Redley feels as he admits his guilt.