yes, mrs. florrick? i was waiting for my daughter to come home, and you took that moment to steal into my bag? no. you took advantage of my situation. i did not. i'm a parent, as are you, and i would never do anything like that. oh, come on, mr. canning. then how did you get a copy of that e-mail? i waited till your daughter was safe. then i looked in your bag. are you serious? yes. if your daughter hadn't returned home, i wouldn't have looked. i'm not a monster. and i still want you to come work for our firm. alicia, you had a... bad day today. you got beat. i know you think we're cutthroat, and i guess... we are. but you'll always be home in time to see your kids. and that's something to think about. so don't answer me now; just think about it, but... kids need their parents. (exhales) (sighs) hi, will. hi. it seems like i haven't seen you in a while. i know. i heard everything's good with your daughter. yes, thank you. (whispers): will... yes? i can't. it's too much. (crying): i'm sorry. (exhal
mrs. florrick, hello. he' s being accused of rape and murder. have you told him his rights? i was asked to stand outside-- they' re doing a suspect exam. chen, my name is alicia florrick. i' m your parents' lawyer. it is your right to have me observe the suspect exam. do you approve? i, uh... yeah. detective: ma' am, please, step back through. it is his sixth amendment right that i be here. chen, did they tell you you had the right to remain silent? i didn' t do it. i know.
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