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Judge Walter Bradley (Character)
from "Law & Order" (1990)

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"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Impulsive (#9.3)" (2007)
A.D.A. Casey Novak: Mrs. Trent is not a flight risk. The people request $50,000 bail.
Russell Hunter: We object, Your Honor and ask that the warrant for the products of my client's conception be suppressed.
Judge Walter Bradley: I signed that warrant myself, Mr. Hunter. On what grounds?
Russell Hunter: That the seizure of the fetus violates her first amendment right to freedom of religion.
Judge Walter Bradley: And, you, sir are violating the limits of my patience.

Judge Walter Bradley: [to Russell Hunter] This is not a Chinese restaurant, young man. You don't pick from column B, if your column a defense doesn't hold up.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Blinded (#9.7)" (2007)
Casey Novak: [to Stabler] In your experience as a police officer, would you say that Mr. Picard qualifies as an EDP?
Detective Elliot Stabler: Yes.
Casey Novak: Would you please tell the jury what that means?
Detective Elliot Stabler: EDP stands for "Emotionally Disturbed Person."
Casey Novak: In other words, he's crazy, right?
Judge Walter Bradley: Don't answer that, Detective.
[to Novak]
Judge Walter Bradley: He is not qualified to draw that conclusion, Counselor.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Poison (#5.24)" (2004)
A.D.A. Casey Novak: [to Judge Taft] Did you tell Karen Campbell to suffocate her daughter?
Judge Oliver Taft: Absolutely not.
A.D.A. Casey Novak: But you talked to her even though it was clearly improper.
Judge Oliver Taft: It was a mistake.
A.D.A. Casey Novak: You don't make mistakes though. You make judgments. Who's innocent, who's guilty. You saw Rosalin Silvo and she was a whore. That means she's a bad mother and then you saw Karen Campbell. Why did you talk to her, Judge?
Judge Oliver Taft: Your Honor...
A.D.A. Casey Novak: Why talk to Karen Campbell? Why talk to a woman that tried to murder her daughter?
Judge Oliver Taft: I didn't know!
A.D.A. Casey Novak: Didn't know what? That she'd turn around and try to do it again?
Judge Oliver Taft: I thought they were good people!
Judge Walter Bradley: [bangs his gavel] That's enough. Ms. Novak, try that again and you're in contempt.
[to Taft]
Judge Walter Bradley: Sir, you will be as well if you don't sit down now.
A.D.A. Casey Novak: Nothing further.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Alternate (#9.1)" (2007)
Hashi Horowitz: She has five documented personalities.
Judge Walter Bradley: Should we swear them all in separately?

"Law & Order: Thinking Makes It So (#16.18)" (2006)
Randolph J. 'Randy' Dworkin, Esq.: Without Fontana's abuse, my client wouldn't have told him that the girl was on the boat, Fontana wouldn't have located her, and she certainly wouldn't have been in the courtroom to connect him to anything!
Judge Walter Bradley: Please tell me you got something to link him to the robbery, Mr. McCoy.
Randolph J. 'Randy' Dworkin, Esq.: [Jack doesn't say anything] In that case, Your Honor, I move for a complete dismissal of all charges.
A.D.A. Alexandra Borgia: Wait. If we can establish that the police would have discovered Julie Grant's location, separate and apart from the defendant's coerced confession...
Judge Walter Bradley: You'd make my day, Miss Borgia.
A.D.A. Alexandra Borgia: The harbor master informed Mrs. Lowell that the defendant was on her boat before he showed up at her house. I'm sure she'll sign an affidavit to that effect.
Jack McCoy: Once the defendant refused to cooperate, Detective Fontana surely would have interrogated Mrs. Lowell about everything concerning his visit.
A.D.A. Alexandra Borgia: She certainly would have mentioned the harbor master's phone call. Detective Fontana would have followed up, and he would have found the kidnapped child. This establishes inevitable discovery and makes all of the evidence admissable.
Judge Walter Bradley: Thank you, Miss Borgia. Motion denied.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Retro (#10.5)" (2008)
Donna Emmett: [to Dr Warner] True or false, Doctor: every disease allegedly caused by AIDS can also appear in people who don't have HIV.
Dr. Melinda Warner: True.
Donna Emmett: Was there HIV in Lisa Ross' blood?
Dr. Melinda Warner: No, but she...
Donna Emmett: Then isn't it possible that her PCP pneumonia was caused by something other than HIV? Yes or no?
Dr. Melinda Warner: It's not that simple.
Donna Emmett: Do you have a hearing problem, Doctor?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Your Honor, is she going to let her finish a sentence?
Judge Walter Bradley: Ms. Emmett, that's enough.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Pretend (#8.21)" (2007)
Cassandra Sullivan: [to Scott during court] On the one night in question, did I make a pass at you?
Scott Heston: Yes. You wrapped your arms around me and pressed your body against mine.
Cassandra Sullivan: I was crying on your shoulder.
Judge Walter Bradley: Make that a question, Miss Pickering.
Cassandra Sullivan: That's not my name.
Scott Heston: You were crying over my friend Riley who had just dumped your skanky ass.
Cassandra Sullivan: Objection!
Judge Walter Bradley: You can't object, Miss Pickering.
[to Scott]
Judge Walter Bradley: Watch your language, Mr. Heston.