Crimes Cartoons

Crimes Cartoons

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"It's got to come out, of course, but that doesn't address the deeper problem."

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"He's long gone, sheriff - you'll never catch him."

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"I find in these cases that the best defense is a pack of lies."

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"Unfortunately, the law allows me no leeway in the case of an acquittal. I have to let you go."

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"As it happened, my work as an accountant transcended the genre."

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"You realize, of course, that any attempt on my part to profit by this information would put me at risk of an investigation by the S.E.C."

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"Nope. Looks to me like a clear-cut case of suicide by somehow reaching around behind the back and sticking a knife in backward. Let's get a drink."

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"The DNA sample from the mink fibres found in the suspect's car matched the DNA sample from the mink coat found at the scene of the crime, so I'm thinking, maybe these minks were twins?"

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"If the jury had been sequestered in a nicer hotel, this would probably never have happened."

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"Thursday is out. I have jury duty."

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"Call my attorney and say that I killed Ted in self-defense. Call my publicist and say that I wish Ted the best of luck in all his future endeavors."

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"Never mind what I did, Your Honor. I want to be judged for who I am, as an individual."

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"I can't decide whether to specialize in criminal law or legal punditry."

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"All right, you're free to go. We're in this for the sport - catch and release only."

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"Honey, I still think you're the greatest."

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"Will the witness please tell the court exactly how long he's known the accused?"

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"He's been trained in guard duty, attack, and litigation."

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"Say when."

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"This is what keeps good people from seeking public office."

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Police Line Do Not Cross

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"Call my attorney and ask him if he remembers that trick for getting out of handcuffs without a key."

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"The suspect was described as wearing totally pedestrian bluejeans, an indifferent gray sweatshirt, and a trucker's cap, without the slightest sense of irony."

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Chalk Murder

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"They suspect foul play."

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"Freedom and crime go hand in hand, Your Honor. Look at Russia."

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