When a writer writes, it is with the intention of conveying some moods to the readers and audience. Embedded in literary texts are various types of mood which conveys diverse messages to the readers and audience. This study attempts an appraisal of the mood types in the courtroom scene of Olu Olagoke’s The Incorruptible Judge. The analytical tool proposed by Gibbons' (2008), forensic questioning model was adopted as analytical tool for the play. The study reveals such mood types as fear, anger, sorrow, gloom, rejection, etc. The study concludes by recommending further analyses with texts containing courtroom discourse as they are modeled after real life situations.