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Arnie Becker (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)
- L.A. Law: The Movie (2002) (TV) Played by Corbin Bernsen
- "L.A. Law"
- Finish Line (1994) TV episode, Played by Corbin Bernsen
- Whistle Stop (1994) TV episode, Played by Corbin Bernsen
- How Am I Driving? (1994) TV episode, Played by Corbin Bernsen
- Tunnel of Love (1994) TV episode, Played by Corbin Bernsen
- Dead Issue (1994) TV episode, Played by Corbin Bernsen
- Mickey's 60th Birthday (1988) (TV) Played by Corbin Bernsen
... aka "Mickey's 60th Birthday Anniversary Shorts Programme" - USA (video title)
Abby Perkins: He's the client. Not Abe. If he doesn't want to plead guilty - I can't be...
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Come on. Abby, he's a drug addict.
Abby Perkins: He wasn't on drugs when he was here, Douglas, I have no reason to question his capacity to make this decisions.
Arnie Becker: OK, Abby, technically, you're right. Joel is the client, you're... you're supposed to do what he says. Look if we do get this thing kicked, that kid go straight back to drugs. Hey, are you gonna feel good about that just because technically you're ethically correct? Let me tell you something else. If we get the case dismissed, we'll lose Abe Lassen as our client.
Abby Perkins: I can't let that be a factor.
Arnie Becker: Look, Abby, I'm gonna be perfectly honest with you here.
[Arnie closed the door and have private at Douglas' office]
Arnie Becker: If I lose Abe Lassen as a client, I lose a big chunk of my clout. The balance of power tilts even more heavily in Rosalind Shays' favor. She already has to be as client bases, she already been made Senior Partner. Losing Abe Lassen is going puts her one step closer to having unfettered control to do whatever the hell she wants.
Abby Perkins: Why don't you take me off the case? Cut the plea yourself.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: If we did that, Joel would smell a rat, and get a new lawyer, and the results for here will be the same.
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