It's not over yet. Not by a long shot.
I intend to file a notice of appeal by the end of the week.
He's not paying me, and I'm not making much money representing him.
I don't go away. It's not over.
Maybe you think 'He might have done it,' maybe 'He probably did it?' ... But it hasn't been proven to you beyond a reasonable doubt.
All I ask you to do is to do justice. And I respectfully submit: If you do justice you will end this nightmare for Mr. Blake and you will give him his life back.
Detective Coffey expressed the opinion on the night of the murder, 'Blake's full of shit,'.
There's no testimony that he ever used it, possessed it, borrowed it.
There was nothing about killing in that conversation.
He handled the deliberations with more composure than I was able to muster.
While this case was pending, and while you were under the influence of drugs, you thought the police were trying to get you?
I told you [during opening statements] that the prosecution built its case on the backs of two drug-addicted men, and the evidence showed that.
Was there anything about his appearance or demeanor that evening that struck you as unusual?
Do you know Rose Lenore Sophia Blake?
The fact of the matter, sir, is that the last time you spoke to him, he told you he was going to retire with that woman, isn't that correct?
Why did you investigate Christian Brando as a suspect in this case?
He was denied a fair jury; he was denied a fair trial. This is a man who, as a result of a tainted jury in this case, is being compared to O.J. Simpson ... We're talking about this man's legacy.