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'Your hindsight on this case, was far more accurate than his forsight.'
"I'm taking your case."
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"I think mine likes yours, too!"
Mummy Busks For Coins For His Cases
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"I try to mix art cases with technical cases and have each side of my brain log billable hours."
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"Well, there was a Malone who tried that in 1942 and won, but, on the other hand, there was a Parker who tried it in '63 and lost."
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"Don't worry about it—when we get to the courtroom, you can borrow my comb."
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"You make a very compelling case, Jeffrey, but I still maintain that my day was worse than yours."
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"I think I prefer not to have the cuffs show that much."
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'It's a court approved GPS system. It guides you through the maze of legalities.'
"We, the jury, find the defendant guilty of killing her softly with his song."
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"Not now – I'm in the middle of a big case."
"Why would anyone hire a barrister, anyone can talk...I'm taking on my own case just as soon as I finish this triple by-pass."
"It's our caseload management system...we just give them more cases until they collapse."
'You've got the worst case of whatever this is, I've ever seen.'
'This is not the kind of 'out of court settlement' I had in mind.'
'I take it we won.'
"I don't think you can claim that Martin Amis plaguerised your work just because you both used the words 'to','if' and 'but' on page 46."
'It's easy. As my old English teacher used to say, just write what you know.'
'We're appealing your case all the way until your money runs out.'
"Let's focus on the case before you start thinking about befriending a guard."
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"Robbing people just seemed like a natural progression... I used to work for the IRS!"
'You are charged with habitual drunkeness, What's your excuse'
Smokers' Museum: We smoked these everywhere, even in public places!
'Your Honor, my client pleads not guilty to the charge of murder on the grounds that he was only trying to cure the deceased's hiccups.'