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"Bad news. They found the proof in the pudding."
"The court is sorry that it raised its voice."
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"If it's any help, your sentence was the most e-mailed story of the week."
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"We'd tell you if we thought the defendant was innocent."
'Think of it this way: the jury has given you 25 years to get your act together.'
"My client has been convicted by the media, but I am confident that his conviction will be overturned on appeal by the three major networks and the 'Times.'"
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"I had a pretty sleazy lawyer, but evidently not sleazy enough."
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"Your honor, we find the defendant quilty on all counts."
"I'll work on the appeal. You try to escape."
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''The buck stops here'? What a coincidence, your honor. My nickname is 'the Buck'.'
'Your honor, he's clearly guilty. I mean, just look at what the defendant is wearing!'
"Guilty. I sentence you to six months of jury duty."
"Actually, innocence would have been the best defense."
"But I told everybody at the dinner party, your honor, so how could it still be insider information?"
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'This trial will take approximately one week despite the defendant's obvious guilt.'
"Guilty? Do you realize how that would diminish my personal brand?"
"The jury didn't buy my defense that CEOs just want to have fun."
"Your Honor, may I point out to the court that my client pleased guilty to wrongdoing, but not the evildoing."
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Babies look so innocent. The trick is finding a really cranky jury.
'We find the defendant guilty, but feel his alibi would make a good premise for a John Grisham book.'
"In view of the new evidence, my client would like to change his plea to 'guilty-ish', M'Lud."
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'Keep my mother away from the trial. She makes me feel guilty.'
"I was innocent but the jury thought I looked really guilty."
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"My character witness couldn't stop laughing."
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A justice realises he would find himself guilty.