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"The court is sorry that it raised its voice."
"I'll work on the appeal. You try to escape."
"I had a pretty sleazy lawyer, but evidently not sleazy enough."
"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.'"
"Bad news. They found the proof in the pudding."
"If it's any help, your sentence was the most e-mailed story of the week."
"Your Honor, may I point out to the court that my client pleased guilty to wrongdoing, but not the evildoing."
"But I told everybody at the dinner party, your honor, so how could it still be insider information?"
"We'd tell you if we thought the defendant was innocent."