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"Hang on, there's a new definition of evil."
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'That's not an accident. I left out chapter 7 and 11 on purpose.'
"I'm finding it difficult to keep alive the little embezzler within."
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"I should have listened when it said 'this call is being monitored for your protection'."
"You're an attorney. Don't stand so upright."
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"Just once, I'd like to be able to write a check without getting thrown in jail."
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"You can't legislate morality, thank heaven."
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"Community service? You mean around regular people?"
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"Let's be frank, Artie. I could have you shot. You could have me shot."
"My client would like to do his community service in the financial community."
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"Not guilty by reason of genetic determinism, Your Honor."
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"He's been in a marvellous mood ever since he learned one out of every hundred and fifty Americans is in jail."
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"I move for less transparency."
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"I was promised plausible deniability."
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Bribing St. Peter
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"'Small potatoes' is no defense."
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"Daddy doesn't know any magic tricks. Daddy knows accounting tricks."
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"When we heard you were playing ball we assumed it was with the company softball team and not with the feds."
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"So how long is your extended administrative leave?"
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"This is what happens when ethical standards are set artificially high."
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"What can I say? Embezzlement happens."
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"I gotta tell ya, these embezzlement convictions raise a red flag."
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'When I was hired, the boss asked if I could handle a job with lots of accountability, and like an idiot, I said 'Yes!''