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session.
The Honourable
Henry T. Fleming presiding.
Be seated.
If Your Honour please,
for the first matter -
- the State would call case number
57746898, State versus Robert Wenke.
Mr Wenke, may I ask you
to step forward, please.
How many times have you been
before the bench, Mr Wenke?
Three times, Your Honour.
Once for assault, once for arson,
once for grand larceny.
And now indecent exposure.
What's the matter? Can't you decide
what you wanna be when you grow up?
Anything to say?
Yes, Your Honour.
I'm a loyal Colts fan.
You are also a revolting,
despicable scum of the earth -
- who should be
squashed like a cockroach.
I object. My client has not
been found guilty yet.
You're absolutely right, Counsellor.
It's now 9:40.
At 9:41 he will be guilty.
I find the defendant guilty.
Sentence to be imposed later.
I would like Mr Wenke's bail
to be continued.
- Bail is revoked.
- Thank you.
The State will now call
number 57746899.
That was very good work.
Very nice. Colts fan.
I need Colts? Terrific, Wenke.
Then you do know?
The big white house?
With the fat columns out in front
on Greenway Avenue?
Guess how much that house is worth.
- I don't know.
- Take a guess.
Seven million.
243,000 dollars.
Now that's some nut I've got, huh?
I just need some more accident cases.
I ought to throw banana peels around.
Recess is almost over,
and I only have this lottery case ...
Did you knowthere's a guy
eating something off your table?
The guy you're prosecuting.
He's eating the lottery tickets.
Holy shit!
Gibson, get the hell away!
- Don't swallow, you son of a bitch!
- That's my client!
Don't swallow!
Gentlemen, need I remind you
you are in a court of law?
Now let's proceed
in an orderly fashion.
What the hell are you doing?
Does the defence have
anything to add?
Your Honour ...
I guess I should request a recess -
- so my client could get something
to eat. He's obviously very hungry.
My client, McCullaugh.
Could I see him for a minute?
Sure, Mr Kirkland.
Stick your hand out.
Mr Kirkland, what happened?
I just want to reaffirm what I said
yesterday. We'll get you out.
I knowyou're trying,
but this is crazy, you know?.
I know it.
You said you had evidence
that proves I'm innocent.
- Yes, you're innocent.
- And Judge Fleming agrees, right?
If everyone agrees I'm innocent,
why am I going back to jail?
There's enough proof,
but the court won't accept it.
- Why not?
- Well, there's a law ...
It says that evidence must be submitted
within a certain time period.
And ours came in three days late.
What difference does that make?
Even if it came in three years late.
They've got the proofthey need.
They should let me go.
The judge sends me to jail and he knows
I'm innocent. What's going on?
It's gonna take more time.
Any otherjudge would let you out.
But Fleming goes
by the letter ofthe law.
Jeff, I promise I'll get you out.
I promise.
He promises to get you out.
Don't worry.
Judge Fleming.
I want to apologise for my behaviour
in the courtroom the other day.
I don't want to hear it.
I don't want to hear anything.
That's understandable, sir.
But I thought maybe we could
discuss this McCullaugh case.
You and l, man to man.
Off the record.
Ifyou try to make a deal with me,
you might wind up back in jail.
A deal? No, sir.
I'm not trying to make a deal.
I understand your strict
enforcement of the statute.
But my client's constitutional rights
are being denied.
- My client is innocent.
- I don't give a shit about your client.
Hi, Sherry.
- Hi, Mr Kirkland.
- Mrs Tate, how are you?
He'll be right with you.
- Boy, do you look tired.
- Coffee, please.
Mrs Tate wants to talk. Her son broke
his leg again. Neighbour's driveway.
And Bricker wants to know ifyour client
will settle for 60,000 dollars.
Coffee, please.
You have three new clients today.
One's a whiplash, one's divorce.
And the third has to do with amnesia.
I don't know
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