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'I could only get you a plea bargain of ninety years without parole. But... That's life.'
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"Your Honor, if I may say, with all due respect, you're being pretty judgemental."
"May I assume that when you say I should spend the rest of my life behind bars, you are just expressing your opinion?"
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"The jury decided armed robbery was a lifestyle choice."
"I want to thank all of you for a fair trial and if you're ever up Leavenworth way don't fail to drop in and see me."
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"Having found you guilty of unauthorized appropriation of moonbeams in a jar, the court sentences you to not less than three but no more than five years of swinging on a star."
'It's life Jim, but not as you knew it,'
'Due to an overcrowded prison system, I'm sentencing you to stand in that corner for the next six months.'
"Would it be too much to ask to get a DSL in here?"
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'20 years for insurance fraud?' - 'Well you added a nought to your claim, so the judge added a nought to your sentence.'
"O.K., you've just sentenced him to twenty-five years to life – now push 'send.'"
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'Look, I'm sorry... but you could hardly expect me to remember every little thing I learned in Law School...'
'The court sentences you to be removed from the gene pool.'
'It's repetitive motion injury for throwing the book at people.'
'Your disgusting behaviour has been almost human in nature!'
"At least you know where you'll be in twenty-five years."
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'Well, if you DNA made you do it, I'm sentencing your DNA to thirty years in prison.'
'My client pleads not guilty to copyright violation, Your Honor, on the grounds that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.'
'I'm giving you a suspended sentence.'
'I realize that hearsay evidence isn't admissible by the court, Your Honor, but you're going to love this!'
"How am I supposed to know whether I'm guilty or not? - I'm a sociopath!"
"I'm afraid they'll give you life."
"You lucked out -- the grand jury doesn't want to get involved"
"Actually, I'd written off the nineties before my conviction."
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'100 hours of community service?- I won't have to be on the school board, will I?'