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"Meaning no disrespect, Your Honor, but fifty years to life is beyond my client's comfort level."
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'Three life sentences, but hey, you're trending on twitter...'
"Surely it can't be twenty-five years already!"
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"Apparently, there is life after death."
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'Think of it this way: the jury has given you 25 years to get your act together.'
"I'm here indefinitely."
'The good news is your life sentence is about over.'
"O.K., you've just sentenced him to twenty-five years to life – now push 'send.'"
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"I'm hoping to be out on parole soon."
"If I have a son, I'm going to name him 59379 Jr."
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"I'm afraid they'll give you life."
Damaged Child, Problem Child, Management Problem, Society's Problem, End of Problem.
"Oh, very well - make that life with the possibility of parole."
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"You don't look like you're doing a day over 25 years."
"At least the jail doesn't charge interest on its life sentences."
'I thought it was just serial killers who were in jail for life.'
'I think I can get one of your three life sentences dismissed.'
"Great news! Your life-in-prison sentence has been commuted to life in the 24/7 work culture!"
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"Oh, he's quite a prosecutor, all right ? three of the jurors confessed."
'Two bucks for a haircut. Man, where have you been for the last 20 years?'
"Good news: I just plea bargained your sentence down from 6 to 3 consecutive life sentences."
"I was found guilty, sentenced to life and I'll be tried soon."
'Could I have my 3 life sentences reduced to one week? I have tickets to the game next Friday.'
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"Evidently, you're not important enough for a reward, but there's a finder's fee."
"I knew I was in trouble when my lawyer insisted on anonymity."