that these are fingernail puncture wounds.
And you believe that the bruising pattern here
points to hand size.
Exactly -- someone with small hands.
谢谢 特纳博士 没有问题了
Thank you, Dr. Turner. Nothing further.
How do you combat this corruption
within the expert community?
You impeach the expert's credibility,
preferably by pointing out
any sketchy evidence they presented in the past.
Throw shade at them, basically.
Dr. Turner, let's talk about Commonwealth vs. Holden,
a murder trial that you provided expert testimony at last year
that helped convict the defendant.
Actually, I think the fact
that Mr. Holden was guilty of murder helped convict him.
I have an internal report from the D.A.'s office.
That questions the methods and conclusions of your work
in the Holden case.
反对 缺乏依据 法官大人
Objection! Lack of foundation, Your Honor.
I object, as well.
I haven't seen this report,
but even if it checks out, it's hearsay.
It falls squarely within the business-records exception.
So, let's ask Dr. Turner
if he was made aware of the report --
perhaps when the D.A.'s office banned you as an expert witness
because of your negligent work?
- Assuming facts not in evidence, - Counsel is testifying,
- Your Honor. - Your Honor.
Dr. Turner, were you aware such a report exists?
知道 法官大人 可是...
Yes, Your Honor, but --
Find an expert to out-expert your opponent's.
Isn't it possible they could be insect bites?
There's a species called --
Redheads, like Miss Stangard,
have hundreds of freckles, blemishes.
Sometimes, a mark is just a mark.
Now, if you'll excuse me --
They're trying to pin this murder
on an innocent girl.
So, please -- look at the book.
When you performed the original autopsy,
what did you think the red marks on Lila's neck were?
Upon further research,
I now think they're postmortem bites
from insects of the culicidae family.
Is that possible, given that Lila Stangard's body
was in a water tank for several days?
That makes it even more likely.
The culex species
thrives in water-based environments.
There's one more way to block the motion --
Convince Lila's parents
to make a statement against the exhumation.
You figure that out,
and you'll get a reward better than the trophy.
不 你听我说 女士
No, you listen to me, ma'am.
T-there are rats crapping all over her apartment,
spreading god knows what diseases,
so maybe he should be the one getting evicted.
Tanya's eviction case?
The court isn't letting
the landlord's previous grievances into evidence.
I thought Daniel was gonna write up a motion about --
Well, Dan got a job with the public defender's office.
Tess got a boyfriend, so she stopped showing up.
I have to hire people to replace them,
but I don't have any time
because my client and her four kids
are going to be living on my couch
if I don't win this case.
You wouldn't even give them your bed?
You know who I could hire
without having to give an interview?
I thought you didn't hire first-years.
'cause they're never as smart as you.
I know. I know -- you would never leave Keating.
I'm a desperate man here. Don't get my hopes up.
Let me... let me think about it.
Of course, yeah.
You know, just so you know, they, uh...
They finally fixed the lock on my office door, so...
所以 你懂的 也许
So, you know, maybe...
Dessert could be... something.
Here's a case where the court ruled against exhumation
on religious grounds.
If the Stangards were religious, then --
That's why they were so weirded out
when she made that virginity pact with Griffin.
Hey, what about measuring my nails to see if they match?
If they don't, we can do that whole
"If the glove don't fit, you must acquit" thing.
是啊 那是 那是
Yeah. It's... it's just that -- well --
算了 这主意太傻了 我闭嘴了
Okay. It's a stupid idea. Never mind. I'll shut up.
No, it's not a stupid idea.
Don't patronize me.
And yes, I know what "Patronize" means,
fancy Ivy League boy.
You think that I've spent my whole time
hanging around places like Middleton?
How would I know? You're, like, the most privatest person ever.
I went to a community college,
then got a degree from a night school in Willowick.
- Where the hell's that? - Exactly.
I'm just saying,
you can do something after this
that's not dealing drugs.
Like, go to college, law school, even.
And then after that, I'll run for office.
Be the country's first
当过少年犯 毒贩子 站过吧台的总统
ex-juvie drug-dealer bartender president.
I'm kidding. I'm kidding.
我懂 我不说了 好吗
I know. I'll stop, okay?
Stop trying to change you
or whatever the hell it is you think I'm trying to do.
I'll just stop trying to help.
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