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"Not guilty, Your Honor, and thank you for asking."

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"Make eye contact with the jury, but not homicidal-maniac eye contact."

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

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"J'amuse!"

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"Ask the judge whether we can find the defendant not guilty and still execute him."

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"Your Honor, we, the jury, find this one too close to call."

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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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"If she sings it's over."

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"Lights! Camera! Justice!"

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"Please direct your comments to the jury, counsellor, not the Greek chorus."

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"And the winner is . . . the prosecution!"

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"Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, let me present the alternative facts of the case."

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"I know it's not perfect, but, by and large, I think the jury system has served this marriage very well."

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"Before we send a man to prison, shouldn't we at least be positive that he's not rich?"

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"Your Honor, on the first ballot the jury voted ten to two for conviction. For three emotionally charged hours, we discussed our points of difference. On the next ballot, it was seven to five for acquittal. Over the next several ballots, the vote seesawed back and forth. One juror became ill and was replaced by an alternate. By now, we had been in session for ten hours straight. Tempers were rising and some jurors were near the breaking point."

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"Lady and gentleman of the jury, have you reached your verdict?"

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"Please read back that last remark in a more murdery voice."

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"We, the jury, find the defendant guilty of killing her softly with his song."

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"Someday I'll catch you without your mallet, little man."

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"Your Honor, it would be a hardship for me to sit on a long, non-celebrity trial.

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"If it please the court, I'd like to act as my own plucky young female attorney."

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"I'm sorry, he's in a meeting with a jury of his peers. ᅠWould you like to leave a message?"

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"Your Honor, we the jury blame the victim."

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"My witness doesn't understand me."

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"Tuition payments made me do it."

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